Shelley's classic hints in part at the possible dangers inherent in the pursuit of pure science; it also portrays the injustice of a society which persecutes outcasts such as the "Monster." Disturbing and profoundly moving, Frankenstein has become part of our own mythology.
This is a used copy in acceptable condition with wear, including creasing to the cover, spine and back, plus yellowing to the pages.
By Mary Shelley. Paperback. 261 pages. Published by Penguin Classics, 1992.