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This is a photo of the print picture of the creature standing over a body. This picture bears a striking resemblance to the Nosferatu Monster. Found on page 232.

The creature is seen depicted with large fangs, seemingly above a frightened woman. His image appears to bear influence from popular depictions of Dracula. Found on page 42.

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The section dividers throughout the book are different tools, references to all the different kinds of surgical tools used during the eighteenth century, such as Mary Shelley might have imagined Victor Frankenstein using to piece together his…


A picture of the monster Nosferatu who bears resemblance to the style of Carbe's Frankenstein's monster. This picture is to be used next to Nino Carbe's illustrations for comparison purposes.

Spread page depicting Frankenstein in a field and chapter XVII. Found on page 156 and 157.

Frankenstein is riding through a dark forest atop a horse. Found on page 96 and 97.

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…

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This is the 1984 Pennyroyal Press edition published by University of California Press.

pages 64 and 128 of the text. 64 is an illustration and 128 is all text.
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