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Mary Shelley., & Mary Shelley|AUTHOR. (2024). Frankenstein . Adaptive Reader.

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Mary Shelley and Mary Shelley|AUTHOR. 2024. Frankenstein. Adaptive Reader.

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Mary Shelley and Mary Shelley|AUTHOR. Frankenstein Adaptive Reader, 2024.

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Mary Shelley, and Mary Shelley|AUTHOR. Frankenstein Adaptive Reader, 2024.

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    [synopsis] => Embark on an epic journey with one of literature's most profound creations!
	Our Original Editions for 'Frankenstein' are meticulously structured to maintain the novel's original language as crafted by Mary Shelley, while incorporating passage markers that harmonize content across our editions. These markers act as a conduit, linking students with the Adaptive Versions, available in both print and digital formats, to unravel the depths of Shelley's original narrative. This innovative approach ensures that students can immerse themselves in the gothic tale in its most authentic form, enhanced by the support and context provided by our adaptive editions. Ideal for merging the timeless intrigue of this foundational science fiction work with modern educational techniques, our Original Editions offer a comprehensive exploration of 'Frankenstein,' enabling a profound appreciation of its lasting influence and the richness of Shelley's literary prowess."

	Learn more about our inclusive, adaptive literature at

	Original Edition:
•	For the Classic Literature Enthusiast
•	Page Count: 234
•	Total Word Count: 74,888
•	Unique Words: 7,197

	Step into the chilling world of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," a groundbreaking novel that has defined the horror and science fiction genres since its first publication in 1818.

	This timeless story takes you into the life of Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist who achieves the unimaginable-creating life from death. But his success soon turns to horror as he realizes the consequences of playing god. His creation, an intelligent but grotesque creature, is cast into a world that fears and shuns him, setting off a chain of events that leads to tragedy and despair.
	As you delve into the pages of "Frankenstein," you will be captivated by Shelley's haunting prose and the depth of her inquiry into the human condition. The novel grapples with profound themes such as the dangers of unchecked scientific ambition, the quest for acceptance, and the fine line between humanity and monstrosity. Shelley's work is not just a tale of terror but also a poignant exploration of isolation, responsibility, and the quest for purpose.

	Embark on this gripping journey with "Frankenstein" and experience a classic story that has fascinated and horrified readers for generations. Get your copy today and discover why Mary Shelley's masterpiece remains a pillar of literature and a testament to the complexities of the human heart and mind.
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