Frankenstein’s Ghosts

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Emily Hodgson Anderson discusses Mary Shelley’s references to ghosts in Frankenstein and shows that these references allow Shelley to resist the scientific sense of possibility that her husband and many later readers would associate with her tale. Image courtesy of Emily Hodgson Anderson.

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