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  1. Chapters 11-16 Chapter Summaries Modern Frankensteins Themes/Allusions/Symbols Mary Shelley’s Is the Monster Really a Monster? Frankenstein

  2. Chapters 11-16 Chapter Summaries Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

  3. 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?

  4. 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

  5. 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