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Abstract: Relation of Frankenstein’s monster to Percy Bysshe Shelley

Florescu, Radu. In Search of Frankenstein: Exploring the Myths Behind Mary Shelley’s Monster. Boston: NY Graphic Society, 1975.

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Lewis, P. “Victor Frankenstein And Owen Warland,- Artist as Satan and as God.” Studies In Short Fiction 14 (1977): 279-282.

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