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Essays & More from NYPL
The second edition of the New York Public Library's Biblion explores the connections between Shelley’s time and our own, showing how the classics resonate throughout society.
In the Classroom
Approaches to Teaching Shelley's Frankenstein by
Contents include: Choosing a text of Frankenstein to teach;
Gender and pedagogy: the questions of Frankenstein; Feminist inquiry and Frankenstein; Aporia and radical empathy: Frankenstein (re)trains the reader; Probing the psychological mystery of Frankenstein; Language and style in Frankenstein; Frankenstein and the uses of biography...