We’ve just published our new annotated edition of Frankenstein, edited by Susan J. Wolfson and Ronald Levao. Wolfson and Levao describe the book as “the most famous, most enduring imaginative work of the Romantic era,” as well as our greatest ever horror novel. And, as we’ve seen this very week with “Frankenstorm” Sandy, the story continues to animate our sense of disturbing new developments.
As Wolfson and Levao’s annotations show, the novel also by now has been through a long, long list of iterations and adaptations. Below, we remember just a few.