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.
Banished into an indifferent world, Frankenstein's creature desperately seeks out his true identity, but the agony of rejection and a broken promise push him into darkness.
ASSEMBLED from body parts from graveyard corpses Victor Frankenstein's creation was always going to be the stuff of nightmares.
Boris Karloff in the classic incarnation of the monster he called 'the best friend I ever had' Monster Mash-ups: Abbot And Costello, left, met the monster in 1948 while Gene Wilder, right gave a comic re-telling in 1974 and, in the same year things got a little hairy with Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, centre ASSEMBLED from body parts from graveyard corpses Victor Frankenstein's creation was always going to be the stuff of nightmares.
ASSEMBLED from body parts from graveyard corpses, Victor Frankenstein's creation was always going to be the stuff of nightmares.
While popular culture depicts Frankenstein's monster as a giant, having green-colored skin and bolts stuck in his neck, Shelley (http://www.ibtimes.com/frankenstein-day-five-myths-about-frankenstein-monster-1402033) did not describe the creature  quite in those terms in her novel.
But despite the public's uneasiness, the proof of Frankenstein's impact was in how quickly people "borrowed" it, and by that measure the novel was a huge success, with numerous stage adaptations in the years that followed.
Frankenstein's arduous study of physiology and anatomy are eventually rewarded by a "brilliant and wondrous" insight: He has "succeeded in discovering the cause of generation and life" and is "capable of bestowing animation upon lifeless matter."
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.
For Go Ayano, lead star of the fantasy TV series, 'Frankenstein's Love,' the biggest challenge in adapting a 100-year-old story was how to update it and introduce it to a different audience in 2017, and 'at the same time honor the original work.'