Table of contents for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein / [edited by] Harold Bloom.

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Table of Contents 
Introduction
Biographical Sketch
The Story Behind the Story
List of Characters
Summary and Analysis
Critical Views
1. Percy Bysshe Shelley on Frankenstein
2. Crosbie Smith on Victor's Genovese Years 
3. Ludmilla Jordanova on Melancholy Reflection 
4. Anne K. Mellor on the Modern Prometheus 
5. David Ketterer on the Sublime Setting 
6. Muriel Spark on the Shifting Roles of Frankenstein and his Monster 
7. Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar on Milton's Influence 
8. Robert Kiely on the Scientist as Hero 
9. Laura Claridge on Familial Tensions 
10. Betty Bennett on the Exercise of Power and Responsibility 
11. Matthew Brennan on the Psychology of Landscape in Frankenstein 
12. William Crisman on Sibling Rivalry 
13. Janis McLarren Caldwell on Sympathy and Similitude 
Works by Mary Shelley
Annotated Bibliography
Contributors
Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1797-1851. Frankenstein.
Horror tales, English -- History and criticism.
Frankenstein (Fictitious character).
Scientists in literature.
Monsters in literature.