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mattries37315
mattries37315 rated it 1 year ago
Leaves of Grass: First and “Death-Bed” Editions contains best known work of American poet Walt Whitman as well as additional poems that he published before his breakthrough work and that he didn’t include in his final publication. Containing hundreds of poems from the “father of free verse”, the re...
mattries37315
mattries37315 rated it 4 years ago
A Tale of Two Monsters Nearly 200 years ago, Mary Shelley described how Victor Frankenstein achieved the seemingly impossible in creating life and how afterwards both he and his creation hurtled into a downward spiral. “Frankenstein” was the first piece of literature that would later become part ...
crstarlette
crstarlette rated it 7 years ago
Not sure this can really be called a book. While found in the audiobook section of the library and put out by Recorded Books, it is a series of lectures. Regardless, very informative and engaging. A thorough introduction. Tons of jumping off points - lectures or partial lectures about other poets an...
VeganCleopatra
VeganCleopatra rated it 9 years ago
As one who has never seen a Frankenstein movie, I went into this book without any true ideas of what I was going to read. I usually don't like so-called classics but this was written in a much more inviting style in my opinion than other novels written in the same time period. I thought some of the ...
Linus...Curating
Linus...Curating rated it 9 years ago
I have read Frankenstein twice now and it just doesn't do it for me. Very imaginative ideas but the story just doesn't go deep enough for me.
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