Mary Shelley creates the most famous "monster" of all time in this classic tale of a 19th-century man's attempt to control nature and science. The remains of corpses stitched together and brought to life by harnessed electricity bring Dr. Frankenstein face to face with both mortality and morality in his tiny, terrified village.
This Frankenstein on A+ AUDIO study guide was written by Richard Kaye, PhD, an author whose works have appears in The New York Times, Arizona Quarterly, and Studies In English Literature. This program is presented by Julian Sands, an actor whose credits include the movies Boxing Helena and A Room with a View, as well as guest appearances on the television series 24, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Law & Order: SVU.
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