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Contents The Monster of Them All Capsule: Victor Frankenstein's Story, Part I Sidebar. Charge It: When the Monster Gets Wired I Am Galvanized: Frankenstein Science, Then and Now Ten Easy Steps for Setting Up A Mad Scientist Laboratory & Creating Your Very Own Blasphemy Sidebar: The Word "Monster" The importance of parents Fainting Spells: The Monster on Stage The Electrifying Monster: Film takes to the Monster Suture Self: Boris Karloff, not Bela Lugosi, Sews Up a Big Role June 16. Sidebar: Bolt Upright: The Monster Walks Sidebar: Does the book's subtitle explain it all? The Modern Prometheus Prometheus at the Movies: What's worth bringing (back) to life? Sci-Fi Movies and the theme of Frankenstein Making a Monster the Van Helsing Way. How to Make Your Own Frankenstein Monster Mary Shelley Tells a Birth Story: The Teenager Who Wrote Frankenstein Sidebar: Mary Shelley the fecund writer (her pregnancies and travels) Map: 1814-1816 A Selection from Mary Shelley's Reading Lists, 1814-1816 Frankenstein in Common Parlance Excerpt: Victor goes to the mountains and meets the Creatured Sidebar: How sublime! Capsule: An Orphan's Tale -- The Monster's Story Frankenstein in the Funnies Dan Piraro: Why I like drawing Frankenstein's monster Sit down!: Frankenstein in children's books. Sidebar: The First Flower Child and the Change in the Message of the 1931 Frankenstein Why I'm a Vegetarian. An Interview with the Monster. No, it's not for health, he asserts, though he attributes his long life to his vegetarian diet. Excerpt: Victor describes how the Monster Demands a Mate Capsule: Victor Frankenstein's Story Part II Sidebar: It Wasn't Incest! Victor Frankenstein defends his marriage to his first cousin Here there be monsters. Map of Victor's travels to Scotland back, until his marriage A good cast is worth repeating. The Bride of Frankenstein Sidebar: I was the bride of Frankenstein. Elsa Lanchester Pyramid Themes: Frank in Egypt, Intentionally or Not Sidebar: The creation of the second monster. Song: Frankenstein's Valentine Frankenstein: The Musical? Sidebar: Rocky Horror Picture Show Capsule: "All at Sea": Walton's Story Polar Opposites. Does Victor renounce over-reaching and will Walton? The Jabbermock: A Cautionary Tale on Messing in God's Domain without a permission slip in the style of Lewis Carroll Monsters on ice. Lurching Ever Onwards: Charles Addams, Ted Cassidy, and the Monster The Monster Gets a First Name: Television Embraces the Comic Side of Horror. Sidebar: Living with the Munsters in Waxahachie, Texas. From Ice-olation to the Fireside Hearth and Back Again: the Nesting-Doll Shape of the Story. Sidebar: Safie's Independent Mother and Mary Wollstonecraft Chart: Simulacrum and disfigurations: The story line in the novel versus the 1931 film Missing Persons advertisements. Kenneth Branagh's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein A Frankenstein Quiz 13 ways of Looking at Frankenstein Of Gods, Monsters, and Homosexual Panic What to do if you meet a monster: an etiquette guide The Son of the Bride in the House of the Ghost of Frankenstein: Successor Universal Movies after Whale The Way of all (Pumpkin) Flesh How They Died Sidebar: Fire and Ice in the Frankenstein story A monstrous crossword puzzle A hammered-out plot Herr Frankenstein is greatly changed: Comic book artists draw on the Monster's story A Brief Introduction to Sequential Art: Comic Book Trends in Portraying the Monster Sidebar: Bleeds, Splash Pages and Two-Page Spreads The Roles of Women in Monster Comics Collectors: Donald Glut Bill of Lading to Chick Young and Wilbur Grey. A bill of lading that demonstrates what happens when weirds collide. More precisely, when Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein, the Wolfman, and Dracula (with a guest non-appearance by the Invisible Man) Monsterbilia: Frankenstein action figures, lights, candles, salt and pepper shakers, etc. Sidebar: The book of life and death The Animated Director: Tim Burton's windmills and other Frankenstein icons Collectors: Forrest Ackerman A Frank Success. The Frankenstein Stamp All Stitched Up: The 1818 versus 1831 editions. A publishing history. Frankenstein v. Bialystock A Frankenstein Film Test: Can you identify which of these films was never made? "You've been overexposed." A memo from the Monster's agent Putting the Monster Behind You
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1797-1851 -- Characters -- Frankenstein.
Frankenstein (Fictitious character) -- Miscellanea.
Horror tales, English -- Miscellanea.
Scientists in literature -- Miscellanea.
Monsters in literature -- Miscellanea.