- Title Pages
- Editors’ Preface
- Vol. I
- Vol. II
- Vol. III
- Introduction to <i>Frankenstein</i> (1831)
- Chronology of Science and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
- Traumatic Responsibility
- I’ve Created a Monster! (And So Can You)
- Changing Conceptions of Human Nature
- Undisturbed by Reality
- Frankenstein Reframed;
- <i>Frankenstein</i>, Gender, and Mother Nature
- The Bitter Aftertaste of Technical Sweetness
- Further Reading
- Discussion Questions
- (p.126) Vol. III
Mary Shelley, David H. Guston, Ed Finn, Jason Scott Robert, Joey Eschrich, Mary Drago
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Day after day, week after week, passed away on my return to Geneva; and I could not collect the courage to recommence my work. I feared the vengeance of the disappointed fiend, yet I was unable to overcome my repugnance to the task which was enjoined me....
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