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The first page of "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus" by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in her handwriting.

marthajefferson: “ cousinbarnabas: “ The first page of FRANKENSTEIN, in Mary Shelley’s own handwriting.

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1932 book cover for Frankenstein from Nino Carbé — a Walt Disney artist who contributed designs to Fantasia, Bambi, and Pinocchio. Published by J. J. Little & Ives Co., New York, 1932

Monstrous Vintage Covers of Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’

1932 book cover for Frankenstein from Nino Carbé — a Walt Disney artist who contributed designs to Fantasia, Bambi, and Pinocchio. Little Ives Co., New York, 1932

Illustrations for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Frankenstein is possibly my favourite book ever, I love how the flowery prose and heavy romantic influences combine with the gruesome plot. I wanted to draw it a bit differently - giving a very vague,...

Illustrations for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

Illustrations for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Frankenstein is possibly my favourite book ever, I love how the flowery prose and heavy romantic influences combine with the gruesome plot. I wanted to draw it a bit differently - giving a very vague,.

Beware for I am Fearless - Mary Shelley Inspirational Literary Quote from Frankenstein. Fine Art Print For Classroom, Library, Home or Dorm by EchoLiteraryArts on Etsy

Beware for I am Fearless - Mary Shelley Inspirational Literary Quote from Frankenstein. Fine Art Print For Classroom, Library, Home or Dorm by EchoLiteraryArts on Etsy

Pisa, July 1822. My dearest Mary I have recieved both your letters, & shall attend to the instructions they convey. – I did not think of buying the Bolivar; Lord B. wishes to sell her, but I im…

Shelley Sunday: Shelley’s Last Letter to Mary

Pisa, July My dearest Mary I have recieved both your letters, & shall attend to the instructions they convey. – I did not think of buying the Bolivar; wishes to sell her, but I im…

The Earliest Illustration of Shelley's Frankenstein ─ The original illustration featured in the frontpiece of the 1831 edition of Mary Shelley's influential novel is going on display at the British Library, as part of a collection called "Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination." The Creature in the 1831 illustration is fairly close to what Shelley had in mind, showing a more human-looking creature.

See The Earliest Illustration of Shelley's Frankenstein For Yourself

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