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  • curprev 18:32, 31 July 2009imported>James F. Perry 114 bytes +114 add author name, links
  • curprev 18:35, 19 May 2008imported>Hayford Peirce 86 bytes −16 removed "Mary Shelley" from definition, since she is shown above. Slowly, slowly, slowly, this whole business is starting to make a *leetle* sense to my tired old brain
  • curprev 18:34, 19 May 2008imported>Hayford Peirce 102 bytes +102 Okay, Noel, I think I've gotcha. Here's a definition for Frankenstein. Now I guess, the whole thing will vanish, like Houdini disappearing an elephant on a NYC stage....