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Barry Moser Frankenstein Binding, 1986 Pennyroyal Press Edition
Reviews given to the 1831 edition of
Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley & “The Ghost-seer, Vol. 1” by Friedrich Schiller.
Barry Moser Frankenstein Print, 1986 Pennyroyal Press Edition
Engraved illustrations of the 1831 edition of Frankenstein, or, The modern Prometheus
Engraved illustrations by Theodor Von Holst. One engraving features the Doctor Victor Frankenstein “[rushing] out of the room” at the sight of the “dull yellow eyes of the creature [opening]” (43), captioned “Frankenstein”; and the other depicts…
C. Louise March edition, flipped pages in middle of book
pages 64 and 128 of the text. 64 is an illustration and 128 is all text.
An image from "Making the Monster" from a Venetian book on plastic surgery, "De curtorum chirurgia per insitionem libri duo"
This image is used in "Making the Monster" to describe the historical context of surgical augmentation and experimentation with transhumanity, influencing themes in Frankenstein
C. Louise March 2004 edition. Flipped pages in the middle of the text
page numbers 65 and 129 with illustrations, beginning of Chapter 8 is displayed, opposing sides are in opposite directions
Book cover of the 1831 edition of
Frankenstein, or, The modern Prometheus
Barry Moser Cover Page Print, 1986 Pennyroyal Press Edition
C. Louise March 2004 Back Cover
colorful, large summary of text, list of all other titles in the "Treasury of Illustrated Classics", publishing information at the bottom, "adapted for young readers and fully illustrated"