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  • ...ow signs of life, and stir with an uneasy, half vital motion.|Mary Shelley|Frankenstein, Preface}} ...ale's 1931 version to less serious attempts such as [[Mel Brooks]] [[Young Frankenstein]] and [[Richard O'Brien]]s [[Rocky Horror Picture Show]].
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  • | title = Frankenstein: a cultural history | title = The endurance of Frankenstein: essays on Mary Shelley's novel
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  • The creature created by Frankenstein, not, as some may think, named Frankenstein.
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  • {{r|Frankenstein's monster}} {{r|Young Frankenstein}}
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  • | title = My Hideous Progeny: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein ...le = A monster of an exhibition: First handwritten draft of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein goes on display | Mail Online
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  • The creature created by Frankenstein, not, as some may think, named Frankenstein.
    117 B (15 words) - 03:15, 30 November 2010
  • (30 August 1797 – 1 February 1851) The author of Frankenstein.
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  • {{r|Frankenstein's monster}} {{r|Young Frankenstein}}
    638 B (93 words) - 03:11, 30 November 2010
  • | title = My Hideous Progeny: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein ...le = A monster of an exhibition: First handwritten draft of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein goes on display | Mail Online
    695 B (83 words) - 01:50, 30 November 2010
  • | title = Frankenstein: a cultural history | title = The endurance of Frankenstein: essays on Mary Shelley's novel
    636 B (71 words) - 01:57, 30 November 2010
  • ...ow signs of life, and stir with an uneasy, half vital motion.|Mary Shelley|Frankenstein, Preface}} ...ale's 1931 version to less serious attempts such as [[Mel Brooks]] [[Young Frankenstein]] and [[Richard O'Brien]]s [[Rocky Horror Picture Show]].
    2 KB (253 words) - 03:38, 30 November 2010
  • ...famous characters of [[Western society|Western]] horror are [[Frankenstein|Frankenstein's monster]] and [[Dracula]], which both involve the familiar [[human]] form
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  • 1818 Mary Shelley: ''Frankenstein'' (novel)
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  • ...tmare Abbey''. Among the key writers in the genre was [[Ann Radcliffe]]. ''Frankenstein'' by [[Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley|Mary Shelley]] and the tales of [[Edgar ...e of Otranto. Her novel would on its turn influence [[Mary Shelley]]'s ''[[Frankenstein]]''.
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  • *''[[Frankenstein]]; or, The Modern Prometheus'' (novel), three volumes, Lackington, Hughes, ...t) – interesting ideas about all of the Shelleys and about the novel “Frankenstein” [http://mark-twain.classic-literature.co.uk/in-defense-of-harriet-shelle
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  • ...rankenstein'' novel, like for example the mountains of Switzerland and the Frankenstein castle. ==The birth of "Frankenstein"==
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  • ...g is 'Slither' by Velvet Revolver from 2004. The only [[instrumental]] is 'Frankenstein', by the Edgar Winter Group. The longest is Iron Butterfly's 'In-A-Gadda-Da
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  • Some of the themes and storylines, such as the [[Frankenstein]]-like Doktor Kauderwelsch and the parasitic Mandrakes, are continued in th
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  • *''Frankenstein: The Man Who Became God ''- Clarke, Irwin, Toronto 1973 (with [[Walter Lear
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  • [[Mary Shelley]] wrote the novel ''Frankenstein'' (1818) about the social ramifications of man-made life, a theme also expl
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  • {{r|Frankenstein||**}}
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  • |"Frankenstein"
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  • ...Mary Shelley]] she became a famous author, author of, among other works, ''Frankenstein''. One reason for the marriage was to have custody of Shelley's children by
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  • ...allowing for consistency and ease. No need fear those JACQUELINEs and DR. FRANKENSTEINs, [http://www.screenwriting.info/06.php Screenwriting info]</ref> Top softw
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  • ...ge number of static types. Steve Yegge referred to Scala's type system as "Frankenstein's Monster." <ref name=yegge>[http://steve-yegge.blogspot.com/2008/06/rhinos
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