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Chapters 11-16 Chapter Summaries Modern Frankensteins Themes/Allusions/Symbols Mary Shelley’s Is the Monster Really a Monster? Frankenstein
Chapters 11-16 Chapter Summaries Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
Chapters 11-16 Is the Monster Really a Monster?!? Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein What’s the difference between HUMAN and MONSTER? Is there one? Could Shelley be on to something?
Chapters 11-16 Chapters 11-16 Modern Frankensteins Herman Munster, The Munsters The thought of the Creature being FRANKENSTEIN has existed for over a hundred years... It has developed into a cultural phenomenon... WHY IS FRANKENSTEIN EVERYWHERE? Mary Shelley’s Some fun Frankenstein facts: -First film in 1910 -Igor created in 1939 Son of Frankenstein -Over six sequels in 1930s and 1940s -Even included Blackenstein, a “blacksploitation” film -1960s TV Show The Munsters used Herman Munster character -The Creature has been used to advertise Twix, Volkswagen, Pepsi and Radio Shack Frankenstein Pain Relief Commercial FrankenBerry Cereal Boris Karloff, Frankenstein, 1931 Young Frankenstein, 1974 Blackenstein, 1973
Chapters 11-16 Themes, Allusions, Symbols Mary Shelley’s Chapters 11-16 contain references to many allusions, several significant themes and some recurring symbols. What are they? Frankenstein