Table of contents for Frankenstein, creation, and monstrosity / edited by Stephen Bann.
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Photographic AcknowledgementsNotes on the Editor and ContributorsIntroduction - Stephen Bann1. Rewriting the Family: Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein' in its Biographical/Textual Context - Elisabeth Bronfen2. Frankenstein and Natural Magic - Crosbie Smith3. Melancholy Reflection: Constructing an Identity for Unveilers of Nature - Ludmilla Jordanova4. Frankenstein's Monster in Two Traditions - Louis James5. Impressionist Monsters: H. G. Wells's 'The Island of Dr Moreau' - Michael Fried6. James Whale's 'Frankenstein': The Horror Film and the Symbolic Biology of the Cinematic Monster - Michael Grant7. Artificial Life and the Myth of Frankenstein - Jasia Reichardt8. Narrating the Monster: From Mary Shelley to Bram Stoker - Robert Olorenshaw9. The Bread and the Blood - Jean-Louis ScheferReferencesSelect BibliographyIndex
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, -- 1797-1851. -- Frankenstein.
Science fiction, English -- History and criticism.
Horror tales, English -- History and criticism.
Frankenstein (Fictitious character)
Scientists in literature.
Creation in literature.
Monsters in literature.