Category Archives: Frankenstein

The Structure of Shelley’s Frankenstein

During our discussion of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818) at our November meeting, most of us agreed that it was a more interesting novel from a literary perspective than we had anticipated. This assessment is amplified by the realization that Shelley … Continue reading

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November Selection: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

In November we will be reading Frankenstein, a selection by Burk. He provides the following information about his selection: —————————————————————- I have selected Frankenstein by Mary Shelly for our November book discussion. When I arrived back east this summer at … Continue reading

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