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... 30 being on display to the public. Now anyone can see them online, such as a portrait of Frankenstein author Mary Shelley in a flowing blue dress with a rose in hand, dark lace twined around her pale arms. There's also a portrait of Danish ... Comment?
... but a fantasy satire of 18th-century travel novels? And what is Frankenstein but science fiction? The name of Mary Shelley's monster lives on both as its own word and as a combining form used in words like " frankenfood ". And Swift's fantasy novel ... Comment?
... of mankind are just the back drop in which the story develops. Many believe that the genre started with Mary Shelley on her novel Frankenstein . We She is rightfully the mother of all Science Fiction. Another great example of soft science fiction is ... Comment?
... student-run theatre company in the country - will be performing snippets from their forthcoming production of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. There will also be a chance to look around their brand new, state-of-the-art building. Join the Friends of ... Comment?
... online today. The discovery replaces with scientific fact the cumbersome fictional technique 19-year-old Mary Shelley described in Frankenstein almost 200 years ago of creating a bizarre human-like "monster" from leftover body parts. The new ... Comment?
... favorite Tim Setzer) as he travels back to Transylvania to inherit his grandfather's castle (he's the one that Mary Shelley wrote about) just after his unfortunate, fiery, pitchfork laden demise. Featuring high-tech projection screens as adornment ... Comment?
... Eighties, Wrightson created Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein , a seminal work in monster pop culture retelling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in comic book form. Since then, it's been printed and reprinted by various companies. Recently, Wrightson began ... Comment?
... gait - grotesque electrodes sticking out on both sides of his neck - muttering something which sounded like: "Mary Shelley voted for the ANC." US scientists (USS) said on Friday: "Greenhouse gasses, which play the biggest role in global warming, ... Comment?
... the biggest blockbuster musical of all time, Les Miserables , the play Frankenstein based on the novel by Mary Shelley, The Queen Experience , and the swing dance sensation Zoot Suit Riot . TAI producers have raised the California Theatre of the ... Comment?
... with special needs, including deaf and hard of hearing. For their literary classic, the campers will be reading Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," which Chisolm views as a classic bullying story. In addition to the "purpose" aspect of the camp, a ... Comment?
... sometimes comes as a surprise to learn that he's only been in existence for 200, appearing in a ghost novel by Mary Shelley, the wife of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, in 1813. We think of the monster, here called simply The Creature, as a mythic ... Comment?
... Saler addresses a new edition and critical study of one of the first examples of the genre, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Though "packaged as a philosophic novel", and taking in classical and Christian tropes as well as the more familiar Gothic, ... Comment?
... to such a creator? These are questions which have perplexed atheists and agnostics down the ages, not least Mary Shelley, the radically minded author of the novel "Frankenstein." They are questions you don't normally find posed in the theatre, so ... Comment?
... characters in the play, but each was portrayed by two actors: Mary (Emily B. Hyman '13) represents the "real" Mary Shelley, while M (Rebecca E. Feinberg '13) represents the fictional version of her, the idealization of "Frankenstein"'s creator. The ... Comment?
... fool Mother Nature!" "Herbert West: Reanimator" is a modern-day re-telling (or, re-animation , if you will) of Mary Shelley's 1818 classic Gothic novel Frankenstein . Mary Shelley, 21-years-old when Frankenstein was originally published anonymously, ... Comment?
... script said, 'Frankenstein By Max Landis, based On (The America Popular Culture Zeitgeist Interpretation of) Mary Shelley's Frankenstein,'" femalefirst.co.uk quotes Radcliffe as saying. "It's far and away the best script I've read coming out of a ... Comment?
negotiations for his role in the upcoming Max Landis adaptation, of the classic Mary Shelley tale Frankenstein. Daniel has been talking about appearing in the movie, claiming that it is by far the best script that he has read since leaving Harry ... Comment?
... script said, 'Frankenstein By Max Landis, Based On (The America Popular Culture Zeitgeist Interpretation of) Mary Shelley's Frankenstein'," recalled Radcliffe. "It's far and away the best script I've read coming out of a big studio in the time that ... Comment?
... sojourn of Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, John Polidori and Byron that bore Frankenstein as its fruit. Like Mary Shelley, O'Connor uses his supporting cast to move his major characters into the spotlight. In his case, the reader may sometimes feel ... Comment?
... and cannibals is one event you can't miss on May 29. C J Skuse has written a modern zom-rom-com inspired by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, while Matt Whyman's new novel introduces The Savage family who, as cannibals, are unlikely to welcome a ... Comment?