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Links provided on this page are to free Frankenstein related websites and other Florida venues for the Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature traveling exhibit.

Links include online access to Mary Shelley's novel, a chronology of the author's life, musical compositions and a rock opera, the text of an English Opera House production of a play entitled, Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein that was inspired by Shelley's novel.

Also following are links to the National Library of Medicine's website with information about the original Frankenstein exhibit, and to the American Library Association's Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature website.


Online full text of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1818). Courtesy of the University of Virginia's E-Book Library.


Full script of the play Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein by Richard Brinsley Peake (1823). Courtesy of the Romantic Circles website hosted by the University of Maryland.


Frankenstein on TV this Fall!

Frankenstein Hallmark miniseries (premieres on October 5 and 6, 2004 on the Hallmark Channel) written by screenwriter, Mark Kruger who will be presenting Scary Movies and the Screenwriters Who Create Them at UCF on Monday, November 8, 2004, 7 pm, Library in Room 223.

Frankenstein original USA Network movie based on characters created by Dean Koontz. A modern retelling of the classic tale premieres Sunday, October 10, at 9 pm eastern time.

The Celluloid Monster Original exhibition (1997-1998), on which the current traveling exhibition is based, at the National Library of Medicine.


Frankenstein: The Musical A new American musical adapted from Mary Shelley's novel, composed by Mark Baron, libretto by Gary P. Cohen and Jeffrey Jackson. The UCF Libraries own a copy of the CD.

Frankenstein: The Rock Opera  Mary Shelley's gothic masterpiece comes alive in emotional ballads and driving rock music -- from the very first sparks in Victor's laboratory to the final chase across the Arctic. This original musical debuted in 2003 at Davidson College, in Davidson, NC. The UCF Libraries own a copy of this music CD.


Frankenstein musical composition by HK Gruber -- listen to a sample of the composition on BBC Radio 3..  The UCF Libraries own a copy of the music CD.


Cyborgs 'R' - Us: A guide to the history of the Cyborg by Martin Irvine. Courtesy of Georgetown University.


Frankenstein exhibit at the Putnam Country Library (Palatka, FL)
December 22 - February 8, 2005


Frankenstein exhibit at the Stetson University Library (Deland, FL)
March 2 - April 15, 2005


Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in Art, Illustration, and Sculpture.

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