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This review is from: Frankenstein: or `The Modern Prometheus': The 1818 Text (Oxford World's Classics) (Paperback)
open this book anywhere and point your finger. you will instantly find a beautifull quotable piece.
i was moved to the core. a fantastic book that actually taught me a great deal about motherhood and nurture. i wanted to slap victor silly and give the monster a huge hug everytime he encountered the unfairness of this world. it truly was frankenstein who was the monster and the beast a victim in every sence. so sad so bitter, a tale to last the ages. sadly distorted by the film industry. a shame indeed.