Published in the year of the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein, this volume brings together for the first time a range of scholars from the fields of classics and literary studies to explore the themes within and reception of Mary Shelley's novel, looking also beyond the novel to works inspired by it and how they too draw on ancient Greek and Roman literature, philosophy and myth. Presenting twelve new essays intended for readers of Mary Shelley's novel as well as students and scholars, the volume explores some of Frankenstein's most important scenes, sources and adaptations in relation to works from Greco-Roman antiquity.
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