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Looking at the Themes in Frankenstein:
Contains "How to Write" essays on Frankenstein
Literature Resource Center
Full-text journal articles, critical essays, work overviews & summaries, and author biographies from authoritative sources. Rich content analysis on Frankenstein and Mary Shelley
Academic Search Complete
Multi-disciplinary database; full text of articles from over 5,300 journals, magazines and newspapers, plus image collections.
Complete historical full text of all issues of peer-reviewed journals in a wide range of humanities and social science fields.
Full text of 285 journals in literature, history, international/cultural studies and other humanities and social science fields.
Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection
Nearly 575 full-text publications, including some 550 peer-reviewed journals, in psychiatry, psychology, and related fields.
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Films on Demand
Frankenstein and the Monster
Video segment: 9:34
This clip examines the troubled relationship between Frankenstein and the monster and the role of other characters in the novel.
Video Segment (1:50) Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" and the 1931 film deals with the meaning of being human, the role of science and responsibility for things we create