Frankenstein

Mary Shelley, 1818

Victor Frankenstein is a young,
intelligent, and full of himself.
He discovers through his research methods
for creating life, and implementing them.
The creature he creates comes out overgrown,
with enormous strength and quite hideous
to behold. Horrified from his work, Victor flees,
leaving the creature to take care of himself.

Frankenstein dancing problems:
"Sorry, it's not my fault, I was given
two left feet".

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en/books/frankenstein.txt · Last modified: 2013/05/28 23:55 by admin