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Lecture 10

ENGL 371 Lecture 10: Engl 371 Lecture 10
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ENGL371
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Tristanne Joy Connolly

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Lecture 10 Frankenstein • Secondcasestudyinthecourse(firstbeingBlake) • Turning to a text that is produced in a more traditional manner already aware of the problems introduced in the study of Blake • editing issues is because of its questions of authorshiptcomes to • Scenario:MaryShellywritesadraft,passesit toPercywhodoeseditsand then they seem to be passing it back and forth and collaborating • Culturallyimportanttext • Hasto dowith ideasof the culturalafterlifeof apiece of writing • In the past few decades therehas been editorialcontroversybetween the 1818andthe1831edition(whichshouldtakeprecedent) • The 1831 edition is the widely received text • When people read Frankenstein what version are they thinking of? • Is Elizabeth Victor's cousin or not? • As a culturaltextif we think about whatan audience would wantwe have to consider stage adaptions that were responsible for its growing popularity • The idea of the changes made in the adaptation-- they switched the namesofHenryand Victor •
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