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C. Louise March’s 2004 young reader adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein invites a wider demographic to engage in the world of Victor Frankenstein through a simplified story and dramatic illustrations. The edition’s 64 upside-down pages, while assumed to be a misprint, can be interpreted as representative of how Victor’s life was in disarray after the creation of the monster.
Explore related items in digital Special Collections exhibits at San Jose State University and at University of San Francisco! Both exhibits exist in a collaboration with the Santa Clara University exhibit to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Find our collaboration website here: https://frankenstein200yrs.wordpress.com/.