Roving eyes find the Frankenstein monster looming everywhere, around the world.
What does it mean? Occasional glimpses all add up.
Share your thoughts and sightings of the monster made by man.
Hello, I'm enjoying your book Frankenstein, a cultural history. It appears that you have not been blogging regularly, but I'm just wanting to ask a question. I was confused by your assertion at the end of chapter 9 when you say that Alice Cooper "disappeared from the music scene for more than a decade after his 1971 hit record Love it to Death". This just isn't so. I'm not familiar enough to know if he stopped doing his infamous concerts for a time, but he released an album at least every second year for that entire period. What did you mean by this?I am on sabbatical for a half year from my film production teaching and am looking into theory and history ever day for inspiration. Last week I found your discussion of the Edison Frankenstein very interesting so I found it on Youtube an made a low tech puppet project inspired by the burning technique. It was rather clumsy (made in a day) but perhaps you'd like to see it? http://vimeo.com/34494198Thank you for writing this book.
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