Frankenstein in theory : a critical anatomy /

"A collection of essays on Frankenstein written by distinguished and younger scholars of Romantic studies, utilizing ambitious critical theories in literary and cultural studies"--

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Other Authors: Wang, Orrin N. C., 1957- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, 2021.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Frankenstein in theory / Orrin N. C. Wang
  • Last words : voice, gesture, and the remains of Frankenstein / David L. Clark
  • When Jane met Mary; or, Frankenstein's romantic comedy / Sonia Hofkosh
  • Frankenstein's embodied imagination; or, The limits of embodied cognition / Richard C. Sha
  • Non-binary Frankenstein? / Chris Washington
  • What's love got to do with it? Frankenstein and monstrous psychoanalysis / Joel Faflak
  • "The very creature he creates" : Frankenstein in the making of Moby-Dick / Samuel Otter
  • Finitude, frames, and the plot of Frankenstein / Yoon Soon Lee
  • Blackness and anthropogenesis in Frankenstein / Rei Terada
  • Mediating monstrosity : media, information, and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein / Andrew Burkett
  • "A daemon whom I had myself created" : race, Frankenstein, and monstering / Patricia A. Matthew
  • The smiles that one is owed : justice, Justine, and sympathy for a wretch / Erin M. Goss
  • The utopias of Frankenstein / Vivasan Soni
  • Is that all there is? No regrets (after 1818) / Jacques Khalip
  • Frankenstein in practice (as theory) / Sara Guyer.