Frankenstein: Creation as Catastrophe

@article{Sherwin1981FrankensteinCA,
  title={Frankenstein: Creation as Catastrophe},
  author={P. Sherwin},
  journal={Pmla-publications of The Modern Language Association of America},
  year={1981},
  volume={96},
  pages={883}
}
  • P. Sherwin
  • Published 1981
  • Philosophy
  • Pmla-publications of The Modern Language Association of America
Much in Frankenstein suggests that the novel and classical psychoanalysis are meant for each other. The creation becomes a significant act, at once paradigmatic and intensely human, when viewed as ... 
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