Article ID: CBB000079105

“Not thus, after all, would life be given”: Technesis, technology and the parody of romantic poetics in Frankenstein (1997)

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Authors & Contributors
Mellor, Anne K.
Bann, Stephen
Botting, Fred
Vasbinder, Samuel Holmes
Roberts, Marie Mulvey
Hindle, Maurice
Journals
Critical Survey
TLS: Times Literary Supplement
Past and Present
Genders
History of European Ideas
Studies in Romanticism
Publishers
UMI Research Press
Reaktion Books
St. Martin's Press
Ashgate
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Concepts
Science
Science and literature
Sublime (philosophy)
Experiments and experimentation
Science and culture
Medicine and literature
People
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft
Lawrence, William
Huxley, Aldous
Malthus, Thomas Robert
Darwin, Erasmus
Wells, Herbert George
Time Periods
19th century
18th century
20th century
Places
British Isles
Europe
Great Britain
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