CliffsComplete Shelley's FrankensteineBook - 2001
CliffsComplete Frankenstein is certainly Mary Shelley's greatest literary achievement and one of the most complex literary works of all time. Unlike most Romantic writers, Mary Shelley seems interested in the dark, self-destructive side of human reality and the human soul.
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