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The Real Monster

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

Americanus Libertae


When I originally thought of Frankenstein I pictured some crazy scientist with a green monster who had the brain of a 4 year old. I couldn’t have been more wrong. 1,086 more words

Book Review

The Nightmare

A favourite

From the start, caricaturists also adopted Fuseli’s composition, and political figures from Napoleon Bonaparte to President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have all been lampooned in satirical versions of Fuseli’s painting.

Philosophical Literature

Mary Shelly


BBC Frankenstein Birth of a Monster


Mary Shelley

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For the upcoming romance film, see Mary Shelley (film). 10,505 more words

The Last Man Volume III:

Title: The Last Man Volume III:

Author: Mary Shelly

We find our travelers preparing to close forever the doors of their home, to journey into new and changed lands. 428 more words


Daily Quote V: The Last Man

Title: The Last Man Volume III:

Author: Mary Shelly

While we paused thus in our onward career

towards death,

time held on its accustomed course.