As one of the last posts on this blog we would like to thank everyone who took the time to read our blog posts on Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein. We have been working hard during the last month to come up with ideas in order to inform you on the purpose of the novel. We … Continue reading Our Final Words
Dear travelling friends, I found the perfect Prezi presentation to explain the road trip made by the creature in the novel Frankenstein. It will further explain Danielle's post on geography in the novel Frankenstein. Here's the link if you want to read her post. https://frankenstein2017blog.wordpress.com/2017/04/25/geography-in-frankenstein/ This presentation starts with Robert Walton's trip and then switches narrators … Continue reading Frankenstein’s Road Trip
Most people who have not read the novel “Frankenstein" will associate lightning as a key element related to the monster without considering its meaning. As we read along, we slowly realize that there is no direct use of electricity in this book. In fact, the movie adaptations that I presented to you in my last … Continue reading Frankenstein vs. Lightning
Following my previous post on the several adaptations of Frankenstein, I have decided to go deeper into some music that was inspired by the original story of Frankenstein. There are so many songs in which the real meaning can be compared in terms of truth and reality of society vs. Frankenstein's story. Famous singers such … Continue reading Musical Inspiration (Part 1)
Mary Shelley was an English novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer. She was most known for writing the original story of Frankenstein in 1818. Shelley had an arduous childhood with her mother’s death a few months after she was born. Although she had trouble with her stepmother, she was able to receive … Continue reading Mary Shelley
Frankenstein is one of the most known stories of all time. The main reason is that we have seen this story in so many adaptations during the last century. We have seen Frankenstein’s character either in movies, TV shows, plays, or even in music. People constantly refer to Frankenstein as a monster, therefore children from future generation … Continue reading Frankenstein’s Adaptations
In the next few weeks, we will be working on Mary Shelley's book Frankenstein. We will cover many elements related directly and indirectly to the book. If you have any ideas or comments as what you want to learn more about, let us know by leaving a comment below.