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Re-creating the Creature: Visions of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

SKU: 02457-SE78

    A classic work of literature, Frankenstein has mutated into countless texts across all forms of media, each with its own unique take on the tale, as well as spawning one of the most iconic horror characters of all time. Sarah Ward surveys some of the most prominent screen incarnations, and considers what each says about the era in which it came alive.

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    Screens in the classroom, gothic literature, middle years, senior secondary, adaptation, English Literature, James Whale, 1930s cinema, American cinema, cinema history, film history, Bride of Frankenstein, Boris Karloff, Universal, monsters, expressionism, FW Murnau, Franz Waxman, Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks, parody, comedy, 1970s cinema, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Kenneth Branagh, 1990s cinema, Great Depression, economics, Danny Boyle, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jonny Lee Miller, death, theatre, philosophy.

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