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York Notes on Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein'

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | York Notes on Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein'.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Dr Glennis Byron(Author)

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Key Features:

  • Study methods
  • Introduction to the text
  • Summaries with critical notes
  • Themes and techniques
  • Textual analysis of key passages
  • Author biography
  • Historical and literary background
  • Modern and historical critical approaches
  • Chronology
  • Glossary of literary terms

 
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Book details

  • PDF | 96 pages
  • Dr Glennis Byron(Author)
  • Longman (16 Mar. 1998)
  • English
  • 3
  • Poetry, Drama & Criticism

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  • By Captain Pugwash on 1 May 2009

    Decent study guide that has now been updated; slightly cheaper than the update but I would strongly recommend that you pay the extra and go for the more recent version as the boards will have altered the exam and the new version will reflect that.

  • By Guest on 3 December 2004

    This book really helped me on my AS course last year...if there is anyone who wants Frankenstein to be explained this book does...I know that even my teachers use it...Best buy!!

  • By Jeff on 31 October 2003

    I found this book helpful when writing essays that had been set in class, but thought that there wasnt really anything in there that hadnt been taught to us by our teacher. However, it makes for an excellent reference with some handy notes and tips.


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