Frankenstein: Or, the Modern Prometheus
Perfection Learning Corporation, 2000 - Geneva (Switzerland) - 212 pages
Here is the classic novel of supreme horror that has held readers spellbound since its publication in 1816. This new edition will also feature an examination of the films inspired by Shelley's groundbreaking work, plus a fascinating look into genetic engineering and the modern implications of this immortal tale.
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