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Explore the original manuscripts from ‘Frankenstein’ in your browser

04
Nov
2013

You can now enjoy the original manuscripts from Mary Shelleys Frankenstein without heading out to a library exhibition. The newly launched Shelley-Goodwin Archive has digitized all of the known manuscripts from the literary classic, and compiled them into seven different notebooks that you can read for free on the web. Frankenstein was originally composed between 1816 and 1817, as Shelley was stuck indoors during the infamous Year Without a Summer, when the weather was infamously cold and miserable. It started out life as a short story but soon became something much larger, and these manuscripts and their plentiful notes provide interesting insights into her writing process during that strange and difficult time.

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