Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Read For School
I love Frankenstein. It’s such a polyvalent book. But the interpretation that I like the most is that it represents the failure of the 19th-century domestic ideal. It’s a middle-class ideal, and it goes as follows: a woman gets married, gives up all power to her husband, stays at home, and raises ch...
This is one of those books I’ve been meaning to get around to reading forever but probably never would’ve read (or finished) if I hadn’t found a free unabridged audio from SYNC’s summer reading program. It’s hard to believe that Shelley was only 18 or so when she wrote this novel and though I want...
It was a quick read for me despite being a little slow and confusing at some parts. There were parts of the book that were really scary and I loved that. I love scary books and this an important piece of literature. Some of the description was really good and interesting. The biggest problem I had w...
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