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Pretty good. You should read it.
, 21 April 2011
This review is from: Frankenstein, based on the novel by Mary Shelley (Paperback)
The story of Frankenstein told from the creature's point of view. We see the development of the creature from it's infancy - as it learns to walk, communicate and eventually ask questions and reason - to it's downfall as it is taught to lie and kill. Also examine's humaity's reliance on technology and our responsibility towards what we create. Widely believed that the script was the best part of the play. Closely followed of course by Benedict Cumberbatch in a loin cloth (see Danny Boyle's play for further details). I'd definitely recommend the book to any fans of the original Shelly novel, fans of the play or theatre studies students.
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