What's in a Name?

Hermansson, Casie
October 2010
Faces;Oct2010, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p34
The article discusses the emergence of the Frankenstein's monster. It notes that the Frankenstein's monster has been invented by writer Mary Shelley who wrote the novel "Frankenstein" in 1816 and Shelley's novel character physician Victor Frankenstein who put the creature together using body parts scavenged from graves. It also highlights the tragic and misunderstood fate of the Frankenstein's monster as presented in the novel and in the movie.


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