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Frankenstein

The novel Frankenstein, by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, was first published in 1818.  Victor Frankenstein, a scientist eager to create life, conveys to an Arctic explorer his reason for appearing so suddenly on the desolate, icy wastes.   Frankenstein tells the explorer of his manufacture of a creature and of the disastrous consequences.

LINCCWeb online catalog – Search Terms

  • Frankenstein (Subject)
  • Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft (Subject)
  • Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft – Criticism and Interpretation (Subject)

Call Numbers for Browsing the Shelves    

  • PR5397
  • PR5398

Circulating Books – A Selected List

  • Bloom, Harold (Ed.).  Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. 1987.  Call Number:  PR5397 .F73 M37 1987
  • Levine, George (Ed.). The Endurance of Frankenstein. 1982.  Call Number:  PR5397 .F73 E5 1982
  • Lowe-Evans, Mary (Ed.). Critical Essays on Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. 1998.  Call Number:  PR5398 .C75 1998
  • Nardo, Don (Ed.). Readings on Frankenstein. 2000.  Call Number:  PR5397 .F73 R43 2000
  • Schoene-Harwood, Berthold (Ed.). Mary Shelley: Frankenstein. 2000.  Call Number:  PR5397 .F73 M365 2000
  • Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Frankenstein. 1994.  Call Number:  PR5397 .F7 1994

Reference Materials

  • Critical Survey of Long Fiction. 2nd Revised Ed. – Call Number:  REF PN3321 .C75

                  o   Vol. 6, pgs. 2888-2889

  • Gothic LiteratureCall Number: REF PR408 .G68 G675 2006

                  o   Vol. 3, pg. 319-358

  • Literature and Its Times. Call Number:  REF PN50 .L574 1997

                  o   Vol. 1, pg. 115-121

  • Magill’s Survey of World LiteratureCall Number: REF PN523 .M29 2009

                  o   Vol. 5, pg. 2369-71

  • Masterplots. 2nd Revised Ed.Call Number:  REF PN44 .M33 1996

                  o   Vol 4, pgs. 2420-2423

  • Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Call Number:  REF PN761 .N5

                  o   Vol. 14, pgs. 247-307

                  o   Vol. 59, pgs. 138-251

                  o   Vol. 103, pgs. 322-366

  • Novels for Students.Call Number:  REF PN44 .N937

                  o   Vol. 1, pgs. 180-202

  • World Literature and Its Times.Call Number:  REF PN50 .M625

                  o   Vol. 3, pgs. 145-153

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