Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: A Routledge Study Guide and Sourcebook

1st Edition

Timothy Morton

Routledge
Published July 18, 2002
Reference - 220 Pages
ISBN 9780415227322 - CAT# RU20803
Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

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Summary

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is one of the most widely studied works of English literature, and Frankenstein's creature is a key figure in the popular imagination.
This sourcebook examines Mary Shelley's novel within its literary and cultural contexts, bringing together material on:
*the contexts from which Frankenstein emerged
*the novel's early reception
*adaptation and performance of the work (from theatre to pop music)
*recent criticism.
All documents are discussed and explained. The volume also includes offers carefully annotated key passages from the novel itself and concludes with a list of recommended editions and further reading, to allow readers to pursue their study in the areas that interest them most. This sourcebook provides an ideal orientation to the novel, its reception history and the critical material that surrounds it.

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