Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is arguably one of the world's finest example of Gothic literature. This guide, written especially for those studying English literature, takes you through everything you need to know about this great novel. Not only does the series discuss each chapter in detail, there are specific tutorials that cover the genre, themes, context, characters, structure and form and key quotations to ensure that you have the necessary knowledge to succeed in both your coursework and your exams.
Written by Alexandra Campbell and Alex Blott, both of whom have an MAs in English literature, every tutorial has been created to provide short, sharp and highly relevant insights and is enhanced with music and sound effects to really bring it alive.
The series has the following chapters:
Introduction and Genre of Frankenstein
The Context of Frankenstein
Analysis of the Structure and Form of Frankenstein
Main characters of Frankenstein
Major Themes of Frankenstein
Walton's first letters
Frankenstein: Chapters 1-3
Frankenstein: Chapters 4-5
Frankenstein: Chapters 6-9
Frankenstein: Chapter 10
Frankenstein: Chapters 11-13
Frankenstein: Chapters 14-16
Frankenstein: Chapters 17-20
Frankenstein: Chapters 21-24
Walton's final letters
Frankenstein: Exam Questions
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