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Literary Poem: "Frankenstein"

Inspired by Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein”.

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Frankenstein: Gods and Monsters

This essay discusses Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (1818). There are spoilers.

Frankenstein, Mary Shelley’s classic gothic novel, originated many horror tropes that we now take for granted: the obsessive mad scientist, resurrection of the dead, the misunderstood monster, and the ultimate folly of playing god. 711 more words

Gothic Horror


Tout juste paru dans une nouvelle traduction d’Alain Morvan aux éditions Gallimard Folio SF.

General Edition

Book Review: In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters

Would you be surprised if I said that I bought another Cat Winters’ novel only a few days after finishing “The Cure for Dreaming” 786 more words

Book Review

Book Review | Frankenstein - Mary Shelley

There is a fine line between good and evil, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein treads it very carefully.

I loved this book when I first read it, and re-reading it for my uni course three years later has made me remember why I enjoyed reading it so much the first time. 313 more words