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Critical Insights: Shelley, Mary

Table of Contents

About This Volume, Virginia Brackett

On Mary Shelley, Virginia Brackett

Biography of Mary Shelley, Michael Flaherty

Creations Born of Chaos: The Historical and Cultural Context of Mary Shelley’s Novels, Calinda C. Shely

“Odious Handywork”: Reception as Reconciliation and the Critical Legacy of Mary Shelley, Danielle Barkley

“I ate no apple”: An Analysis of Gender, Power, and Blame in Mary Shelley’s Early Fiction, Stacey L. Kikendall

Neglect and Childhood Trauma in Frankenstein and Wuthering Heights: Writing the Domestic (Abuse) Novel, Katherine Montwieler

“We shall be monsters, cut off from all the world”: Mary Shelley and Disability Studies, Dwight Codr

Not “merely weaving a series of supernatural terrors”: Mary Shelley Critiques Women’s Education in Anxiety, Robin Runia

Dr. Frankenstein and the Review Board: Research Ethics in Frankenstein, Ashley Lynn Carlson

“But Again the Frost Came”: The Arctic Canvas in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Nicole Papas

Environment, Ecology, and Apocalypse in Mary Shelley’s The Last Man, Seth T. Reno

Monstrous Crimes and Offender Accountability: Shelley’s Representation of Criminal Justice from Frankenstein to Falkner, Colleen Fenno

“The Invisible Girl”: Gender and Form in Mary Shelley’s Short Stories, Nicole Lobdell

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley—The Immortal Mortal: A Psychoanalytic Analysis of The Last Man, “On Ghosts,” and “The Mortal Immortal,” Katherine Marie Alexander

Mary Shelley and Romantic Medievalism, Christine E. Kozikowski

“It’s Alive”: Popular Culture Commodification of Frankenstein’s Monster, Natalie Neill

Chronology of Mary Shelley’s Life

Works by Mary Shelley


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