Works Cited and Links to Resources

                            Bibliography and Works Cited

Shelley, Mary. Frankenstein: A Norton Critical Edition. ed. J. Paul Hunter. New York: W. W. Norton, 1996

Shelley, Mary. Frankenstein (1831) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998

Aldiss, Brain. Frankenstein Unbound. New York: Bantam, 1973

Bishop, Michael. Brittle Innings. Bantam Spectra, 1994 

Feldman, Paula, ed. The Keepsake for 1829. Toronto: Broadview, 2006.

Gilbert, Sandra M. and Susan Gubar. Madwoman in the Attic. New Haven and London: Yale

       University Press, 1980

Nanora Sweet, ‘Hemans, Felicia Dorothea (1793–1835)’, Oxford Dictionary of National               Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 [http://www.oxforddnb.com.libaccess.sjlibrary.org/view/article/12888, accessed 10 April 2008]

"The Postmodern Prometheus”, The X-Files, original air date 30.11.1997, written and directed by Chris Carter, Ten Thirteen: Twentieth Century Fox. Ep. 5X06

Robinson, Mary Darby. "The Haunted Beach." ed. Mellor, Anne and Richard E. Matlak. British Literature 1780-1830. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1996. 323-324

 

 Roszak, Theodore. The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein. New York: Random House, 1995

 

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Frankenstein: et Virtuelt Seminar. Ariadne. September 1997 

<http://www.hf.uio.no/ikos/ariadne/Idehistorie/frankenstein/walton/tema3/t3_justine.htm>  19 May 2008

 

Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein. Darkwood Press. 2005.

<http://www.wrightsonsfrankenstein.com/Images.htm >  19 May 2008

 

Frankenstein: The Musical. Online Press Kit. Goering-Evans Productions. 2007

<http://www.frankensteinthemusical.com/presskit/index.html>  19 May 2008 

 

Frankenstein: Costume Designs. University of Southern Maine Theatre. March 2000

<http://www.usm.maine.edu/~susanp/frankenstein.htm> 19 May 2008

 

Links to Resources:

 

British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832: Links to Works. The British Women Romantic Poets Project - UC Davis General Library. Ed. Charlotte Payne. January 2008. <http://digital.lib.ucdavis.edu/projects/bwrp/Works/>. 19 February 2008     

 This site provides e-texts (in html, xml and sgml formats) of the poetry of mostly obscure women writers from the Romantic period. Access to these works provides additional insight to the interests of women writers of the era leading up to and beyond Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. VM

 

A Glossary of Literary Gothic Terms. Georgia Southern University. Ed. Douglass A. Thomson. May 2001.  <http://personal.georgiasouthern.edu/~dougt/goth.html>. 19 February 2008                                         This site has both brief and detailed definitions of the terminology associated with Gothic literature. This list compiled by students from GSU is an overview of terms and concepts which provide an understanding of the important aspects of Gothic literature. VM   

Hail Mary Shelley. Ed. Martin Moore. 5 September 2004.  <http://www.hailmaryshelley.com/work_space.htm#work%20space>. 17 February 2008                             This is an interesting site that suggests considering the novel Frankenstein as a machine and the 1831 preface an owner’s manual. One of its more unique aspects is in its naming of Frankenstein’s resurrected being as “the Daemon” rather than monster or the Creature. VM

 Kashihara, Tomoko. Solitude and Deformity: A Feminist Study of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. 1999. <http://www2.kobe-c.ac.jp/~watanabe/seminar/1999/kashihar.htm>. 18 February 2008                              This link to a seminar paper is a feminist perspective that uses the life of Mary Wollstonecraft as a way to understand how her daughter, a girl of nineteen, could have written a groundbreaking novel.  This essay examines the implications of the Creature’s plight in relation to women’s roles in history. VM

Lovecraft, H.P. Supernatural Horror in Literature. December 2007.  <http://www.rosenoire.org/archives/Lovecraft,_H.P._-_Supernatural_Horror_in_Literature.pdf>. 21 February 2008                                                                                                                                                         This link not only provides the opportunity to examine reasons for the appeal of Gothic and supernatural literature through the eyes of one of the greatest writers of the genre, but also the opportunity to discover some of the obscure supernatural works, including those by Defoe and Smollett, that were of interest to the Stephen King of his time. VM

Norton, Rictor. Books of Rictor Norton "Mistress of Udolpho: the Life of Anne Radcliffe". 4 November 2000. <http://www.infopt.demon.co.uk/radcliff.htm>.  18 February 2008                                                                This site provides information about one of the most popular writers of the female Gothic novel using excerpts from a fairly recent biography.  This is not the best site for an in-depth study of Radcliffe, but adequate for understanding her in context within the Romantic period and the Gothic genre. VM

Responses to and Adaptations of Frankenstein in Film and Elsewhere. Ed. Melissa J. Sites. December 1999.  <http://www.rc.umd.edu/reference/misc/ficrep/frankenstein.html>. 18 February 2008                                                                                                                                                         This site is a selective group of films and television shows that were inspired by or are adaptations of Frankenstein.  The weakness of this site is that the list is far too limited and not up to date. The positive aspect to this is that it will no doubt inspire the production of a more current and exhaustive list. VM

the sickly taper. Ed. Fred Frank. 7 January 2008. <http://thesicklytaper.pagedepot.com/>. 19 February 2008

This extensive site devoted to bibliographies is filled with links to just about everything you need to know about Gothic literature. These links provide the means to track down detailed information about Gothic writing throughout history and throughout the western world. VM

Sublime Anxiety: The Gothic Family and the Outsider. University of Virginia Library. Ed. Natalie Regensburg. 31 January 2008.  <http://www.lib.virginia.edu/small/exhibits/gothic/index.html>. 18 February 2008                  This site provides concise information about Gothic works, including chapbooks and works by women writers in the genre, and provides brief descriptions of the works of Mary Shelley’s contemporaries to aid in an understanding of various aspects of the Gothic. VM

Voller, Jack G. The Literary Gothic. 23 January 2008. <http://www.litgothic.com/index_fl.html>. 18 February 2008                                                                                                                                                         This constantly updated site is a guide to resources available for a study of Gothic literature up to the 1950’s. There are links to sites containing e-texts of well known and lesser known works, as well as links to biographies and bibliographies of these authors. VM