Annotated Bibliography On The Novel ' Frankenstein '

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Annotated Works Cited Bentley, Colene. "Family, Humanity, Polity: Theorizing the Basis and Boundaries of Political Community in Frankenstein." Bloom 's Literary Reference Online [Facts On File News Services]. N.p., 2005. Web. 26 Apr. 2015. This source went over multiple themes in the novel Frankenstein, one of them being the pursuit of knowledge. I found this as a great example of the pursuit of knowledge, and was compelled to use it for one of my notecards. Birkhead, Edith. "Later Developments of the Tale of Terror." Bloom 's Literary Reference Online [Facts On File News Services]. N.p., 1921. Web. 29 Apr. 2015. This source goes over the later forms of the horror story and it included the novel Frankenstein. At one point, it touched upon the alienation and isolation that the creature went through and how it had affected him later on. Carlson, Katherine L. "Childhood and Romantic Literature." Encyclopedia of Literary Romanticism. Infobase Publishing: New York, 2010. Bloom 's Literary Reference Online [Facts On File News Services]. Web. 8 May 2015. This source is an overview of Romantic novels that involve childhood in them. One example of the Romantic stories with childhood is Frankenstein. It observes that the creature is like a child of Doctor Frankenstein, even though he did not have a true childhood. This contributes to the Romanticism of the story. Englert, Hilary. "Responsibility in Frankenstein." Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature. New York: Infobase, 2011.

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