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Hear my tale; it is long and strange, and the temperature of this place is not fitting
to your fine sensations; come to the hut upon the mountain. The sun is yet high in
the heavens; before it descends to hide itself behind yon snowy precipices, and ...
The old man paused, and then continued, “If you will unreservedly conside to me
the particulars of your tale, I perhaps may be of use in undeceiving them. I am
blind, and cannot judge of your countenance, but there is something in your
This you alone can do; a and I demand it of you as a right which you must not
refuse.” - The latter part of his tale had kindled anew in me the anger that had
died away while he narrated his peaceful life among the 142 : FRANKENSTEIN;
His tale, and the feelings he now expressed, proved him to be a creature of fine
sensations; and did I not, as his maker, owe him all the portion of happiness, that
it was in my power to bestow 2. He saw my change of feeling, and continued— ...
His tale had occupied the whole day; and the sun was upon the verge of the
horizon when he departed. I knew: that I ought to hasten my descent towards the
valley, 152 FRANKENSTEIN; or, hood of man, as soon as I shall deliver ...
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Mary Shelley's romantic novel first published in 1818 anonymously has been the inspiration for movie monster makers. Since the first film adaptation in 1823, Shelley's creation has been brought to ... Read full review
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It gets lonely when you're a monster. Shelley makes us look at the inhuman aspects of ourselves. When what we create gets out of hand isn't it still our fault? Read full review