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Mary Shelly Needs Your Help

Mary Shelly is the first word in traditional horror – she is the creator of Frankenstein, the most memorable character in horror history. The lady died sometime in the late 1800s of brain tumor, but her legacy remains intact. 115 more words


The Religious Context of Frankenstein

The thrilling story of Frankenstein was written throughout 1817 and 1818 by Mary Shelley. The religious context of these years seems to have greatly influenced the author on many points. 278 more words


Mary Wollstonecraft and her Influence on Frankenstein

Born in 1759, in London, Mary Wollstonecraft was an English writer and activist for educational and social equality for women. After surviving an unhappy childhood with an alcoholic and violent father, Mary Wollstonecraft spent time as a lady’s companion, a schoolmistress, and a governess. 172 more words


Mary Shelley’s Husband and his Influence

In 1814, Mary Shelley met Percy Bysshe Shelley, a famous English poet. At that time, P. Shelley was already married to Harriet Westbrook and the couple was waiting for their second child. 247 more words


Think You Can't Do Much because You're a Kid?

Think Again!

If you have ever feel like you are just a kid and can’t do anything than you need to read this article.  It turns out even kids have done some pretty great things.   208 more words

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Pictures of the top 10 locations in Frankenstein

Here are pictures corresponding to the top 10 locations in Frankenstein. I hope it will help you visualise the story and even maybe make you want to travel around Europe! 89 more words


7 Facts You Might Not Know About Frankenstein

  1. The most frequent error made by readers about the novel is calling the monster “Frankenstein”. The creature does not have a real name; Frankenstein is only the family name of his creator.
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