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Abortion: Whose the Monster?

                   In Mary Shelly’s science fiction, Frankenstein, a young science student named, Victor Frankenstein constructs a dreadful, but sentimental creature. After Frankenstein sees his creation come to life, he flees. 1,245 more words

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30 agosto: 218° anniversario della nascita di Mary Shelley

Chi non conosce Frankestein, il primo romanzo di fantascienza della storia? Con gli innumerevoli film che negli anni sono stati prodotti, praticamente tutti, forse però molti non sanno che l’autrice fu una donna, e che donna aggiungerei! 232 more words

Storia

Weep No More

“The very winds whispered in soothing accents, and maternal Nature bade me weep no more.”  – Mary Shelly

Creative Endeavours

"...Few in the most polished circles could bear..."

On this bittersweet Sunday…caramel, salt and sweet day on accomplishment and fucking stupid neighbors and old fences torn away to expose my private sanctuary. I am pissed with Lilith beyond enduring… my voice speaks fire… so the best I can do to water this flame mouth and heart is reach for the first book I see next to me… oh little Mantis with you long razor arm…. 219 more words

Women

Books of 2015 So Far

Well we’re 6 months into the year and my reading so far has been rather woeful.  Generally, I only read when I’m traveling my bus or train, mainly the train as you have more time and space.   217 more words

Book Reviews

flounced skirts

Watching “Bride of Frankenstein” thus Mary (Wollstonecraft)  Shelly thus Mary Wollstonecraft’s The Vindication of the Rights of Women thus “Men!,” flounced skirts and pouts.

“Men!,” LouLou flounced her skirt, with a pout on her lips. 303 more words

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[Review] Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus

Frankenstein by Mary Shelly is the second book in my 52 weeks 52 books challenge. It took some time for me to write this review. This book is one of the classic English literature in the horror genre, published in 1818, with similar elements of journey through Europe, ancient mysteries, gothic elements as in Dracula, which came way later in 1897. 1,446 more words

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