(Romans 6:12) Do not let sin reign in your mortal body, that you should obey it in its lusts.
In January 1818, writer Mary Shelly published her most well know work; it was about a monster. 2,283 more words
Several weeks ago, NPR’s Science Friday asked the question “Why is Frankenstein still relevant today?” Well, let me tell you a story: 378 more words
I’d like to talk about Frankenstein. 2018 marks the two-hundredth year since its first publication, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein has remained one of the seminal works in science fiction and horror. 467 more words
For some reason when Frankenstein is seen in pop culture the bride always pops up in a romantic light with the creation of Victor Frankenstein. Like they are this cute monster couple bopping along. 233 more words
Hey everyone! It turns out one of my new friends I met this year absolutely loves Frankenstein and Mary Shelly. So when I received an ARC of… 597 more words
By R.C. Seely
IT’S A STORY THAT HAS BEEN told from history–“it was a dark and stormy night in 1815, when Mary Shelly and her hosts started telling ghost stories, that night she had a dream which inspired her take and the book Frankenstein was born.” 559 more words