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Mary, now that Frankenstein was off her hands, busied herself in writing out the journal of their first travels.
I have also finished the fourth chapter of Frankenstein, which is a very long one, and I think you would like it.
Barth, laughing, had assured him that there was no Frankenstein business of robbing graveyards and implanting brains in machines.
She wrote some half dozen novels and stories, the best of which was "Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus."
In short, he was discovering already that he had unwittingly created a monster beside which Frankenstein's was the veriest doll.
THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORGUY WETMORE CARRYL
There certainly was a copy of "Frankenstein," and fifty years ago our flesh was so compliant as to creep during its perusal.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
A Frankenstein who produces nothing worse than a harmless worm, may surely be suffered to go blameless.
There is no technological, mechanical defect; it's worse, it's infinitely worse: you've created a Frankenstein in The Brain.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
Like Frankenstein, we may have made our man ill: but we cannot help his being alive; and if he destroys us, it is our own fault.
WOMEN AND POLITICSCHARLES KINGSLEY
Quite absurd, of course; a touch of Frankenstein, born of my ambition to make the dry bones live.

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