Frankenstein

Or, The Modern Prometheus

by Mary Shelley, Nino Carbe,

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  • 9781606600894
  • 9781606601082

"Dover hits a homerun with this slick edition. Frankenstein has never looked so beautiful." — Horror Novel Reviews
Generations have thrilled to Mary Shelley's 1818 novel, the suspenseful tale of a well-intentioned doctorwho dares to play God and the misbegotten monster who wreaks a savage revenge on his creator. Combining elements of Gothic novels and Romantic sensibilities, Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus poses enduring questions about ambition, responsibility, the quest for scientific discovery and immortality, and the fate of social outcasts. Acclaimed as both the first modern horror novel and the first science-fiction novel, the story has inspired countless writers and artists as well as numerous film, theatrical, and television interpretations.
Newly designed and reset, this handsome hardbound edition reprints all of Nino Carbé's starkly beautiful pen-and-ink drawings and endpieces from one of the earliest illustrated editions of Frankenstein. Bonus images include five full-color paintings created by Carbé, a noted Walt Disney artist, in the 1980s. The artist's daughter, Elizabeth Carbé, provides a new Foreword

  • Dover Publications; April 2016
  • ISBN 9781606601082
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  • Title: Frankenstein
  • Author: Mary Shelley; Nino Carbe (ill.); Elizabeth Carbe (other)
  • Imprint: Calla Editions
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  • 9781606600894
  • 9781606601082

About The Author

Daughter of political philosopher William Godwin and feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley (1797–1851) edited the works of her husband, Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, and is best known as the author of Frankenstein.
Illustrator Nino Carbe (1909–93) worked for Walt Disney Studios, contributing to such classic films as Fantasia, Bambi, Pinocchio, Dumbo, and others. Carbe's images for Frankenstein were featured in one of the first illustrated editions of the novel.

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ISBNs
  • 9781606600894
  • 9781606601082