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The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein that honour to Charles Maturin’s later classic, Melmoth the Wanderer (1820). Nevertheless, Languages and literature this is a usefully brisk piece, managing to encompass in ten pages a potted biography of Shelley, a brief exposition of both Gothic and the origins and radical qualities of her novel RR 2017/103 and a summary outline of the Companion’s The Cambridge Companion to contents. Frankenstein The editor has then marshalled 16 essays, Edited by Andrew Smith each numbered chapter totalling approximately Cambridge University Press 5,000 words, from established scholars in North America and Europe. It is an impressive Cambridge range of contributors, including seminal figures in the field such as David Punter and xx  265 pp. Jerrold E. Hogle. Unlike some in the series, ISBN 978 1 107 08619 7 (hbck); writers seem aware of each other: there is ISBN 978 1 107 45060 8 (pbck); frequent cross-referencing between chapters. ISBN 978 1 316 76082 6 (e-book) £59.99 £94.99 (hbck); The essays are equally impressively organised into three sections. The first covers the novel’s £17.99 $27.99 (pbck); $22 (e-book) historical, political, scientific and literary Cambridge Companions to Literature contexts, both Romantic and pre-Romantic. Keywords English literature, Horror fiction, Frankenstein This section http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Reviews Emerald Publishing

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein

Reference Reviews , Volume 31 (4): 2 – May 15, 2017

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that honour to Charles Maturin’s later classic, Melmoth the Wanderer (1820). Nevertheless, Languages and literature this is a usefully brisk piece, managing to encompass in ten pages a potted biography of Shelley, a brief exposition of both Gothic and the origins and radical qualities of her novel RR 2017/103 and a summary outline of the Companion’s The Cambridge Companion to contents. Frankenstein The editor has then marshalled 16 essays, Edited by Andrew Smith each numbered chapter totalling approximately Cambridge University Press 5,000 words, from established scholars in North America and Europe. It is an impressive Cambridge range of contributors, including seminal figures in the field such as David Punter and xx  265 pp. Jerrold E. Hogle. Unlike some in the series, ISBN 978 1 107 08619 7 (hbck); writers seem aware of each other: there is ISBN 978 1 107 45060 8 (pbck); frequent cross-referencing between chapters. ISBN 978 1 316 76082 6 (e-book) £59.99 £94.99 (hbck); The essays are equally impressively organised into three sections. The first covers the novel’s £17.99 $27.99 (pbck); $22 (e-book) historical, political, scientific and literary Cambridge Companions to Literature contexts, both Romantic and pre-Romantic. Keywords English literature, Horror fiction, Frankenstein This section

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