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Science, gender and otherness in Shelley's Frankenstein and Kenneth Branagh's film adaptation
Questions of gender and genre in Frankenstein remain complex issues for contemporary critics, in the novel itself as well as in its cinematographic adaptations, from John Whale's classic 1931 version to Kenneth Branagh's ...
Shelley’s editing process in the preface to Epipsychidion
Prefaces are often disregarded by readers who, more often than not, start without taking time to peruse them first. Sir Walter Scott knew this perfectly well, and he wrote about it, very wittily, in "A PostScript Which ...