Frankenstein's

Frankenstein’s

monster created from parts of corpses. [Br. Lit.: Frankenstein]
References in classic literature ?
Young ladies take their notions of our sex from the novels written by their own, and compared with the monstrosities that masquerade for men in the pages of that nightmare literature, Pythagoras' plucked bird and Frankenstein's demon were fair average specimens of humanity.
Mary Shelley's classic novel, which was first published anonymously on January 1, 1818, and depicted the birth of Dr Frankenstein's infamous creature, is being commemorated with a PS2 coin design.
Mary Shelley's classic novel, which was first published anonymously on January 1, 1818 and depicted the birth of Dr Frankenstein's infamous creature, is being commemorated with a PS2 coin design.
Lisa Vargo explores Frankenstein's pre-Romantic sources, establishing the novel as a rich palimpsest of prior canonical texts that are reworked in concert as the novel's major themes.
Dr Frankenstein's efforts to create life out of mismatched pieces ended in disaster.
Scottish director Paul McGuigan's clunky reworking of the Gothic masterpiece, which recounts man's ill-fated meddling with Mother nature from the perspective of Frankenstein's assistant Igor, is a similarly lifeless and unappealing mess.
Scottish director Paul McGuigan's clunky reworking of the Gothic masterpiece, which recounts man's ill-fated meddling with nature from the perspective of Frankenstein's assistant Igor, is a similarly lifeless mess.
VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN (12A) Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, James McAvoy, Andrew Scott, Jessica Brown Findlay, Freddie Fox, Callum Turner Director: Paul McGuigan Duration: 110 mins PAUL McGuigan's clunky reworking of the Gothic masterpiece, which recounts man's ill-fated meddling with Mother Nature from the perspective of Frankenstein's assistant Igor, is a lifeless and unappealing mess.
The film turns Mary Shelley's tale of an obsessive scientist and his monstrous creation around, and tells it from the point of view of Dr Frankenstein's assistant, Igor (Radcliffe).
Frankenstein's first cinema outing came in 1910 (J Searle Dawley), in a silent short film that condensed the narrative yet still made plain the underlying enquiry, creation, revulsion and revenge.
5 Young Frankenstein (1974) IN this 70s parody, Dr Frankenstein's grandson (Gene Wilder) inherits his castle and tries to re-animate his very own creature.