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Frankenstein notes (1st edition)

Mary Shelley - ISBN: 9780141198965

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View all 37 revision notes of Frankenstein, written by Mary Shelley. All Frankenstein notes, summaries, flashcards and study guides are written by fellow students or tutors. Get yourself a Frankenstein summary or other study material that matches your study style perfectly, and studying will be a breeze.

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Never Let Me Go and Frankenstein Prose comparison A Level English Literature
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comparative notes for the books Never Let Me Go (Ishiguro) and Frankenstein (Shelley) for A Level English Literature. Includes themes for comparison that can be used as brief essay plans and context notes for both novels

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Frankenstein Quotes and Analysis
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Frankenstein - Complete Analysis
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Includes detailed notes written in class as well as additional notes made while studying, closely analysing individual chapters of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The notes are particularly helpful when writing essays as I have selected key quotations to go along with the analysis.

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A Level English Gothic Unseen Essay - Frankenstein
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This is an essay for the gothic unseen section of the A Level English Literature 'Comparative and Contextual Study' exam (the 2.5 hour long one). This essay is in response to a passage from Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein'. This essay will help you understand what to include in the essays along with the structure you should follow to achieve top marks.

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‘A text means what its author meant when s/he wrote it’; ‘It is the reader, not the author, who determines a text’s meaning’.  Which of these contrary claims do you find more convincing, and why?  You should refer to one or more literary texts.
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This is a 2,500 words essay. It contains footnotes and Bibliography.

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Unit 2 - Prose: 'Frankenstein' Chapter Summaries with Key Quotes
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Chapter-by-chapter summary of Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' in bullet points, with several important quotes from every chapter. Good to re-read before exams or when writing practise essays for revision.

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Unit 2 - Prose: 'Frankenstein' Context Sheet
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Relevant context about 'Frankenstein'. Covers the novel in relation to historical context, Galvanism, genre, Prometheus, the sublime, 'Paradise Lost' and Mary Shelley's life. Includes direct links between context and the text. Excellent to revise from and to read over to prompt your memory before writing practise essays for revision or before exams.

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Themes in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
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This document is a document with images of detailed mind map notes of themes and key ideas in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. In the notes their are analysed quotes and relevant historical information which influenced Mary Shelley's writing during the time. Various analysis of quotes and key ideas.

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Summary Frankenstein

Part of a new six-volume series of the best in classic horror, selected by award-winning director Guillermo del Toro. The epic battle between man and monster reaches its greatest pitch in the famous story of Frankenstein. In trying to create life, the young student Victor Frankenstein unleashes forces beyond his control, setting into motion a long and tragic chain of events that brings Victor himself to the very brink. How he tries to destroy his creation, as it destroys everything Victor loves, is a powerful story of love, friendship ...and horror. Mary Shelley was born in 1797, the only daughter of writers William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin. In 1814 she eloped with poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, whom she married in 1816. She is best remembered as the author of Frankenstein, but she wrote several other works, including Valpergaand The Last Man.