A selective list of online literary criticism for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, favoring signed articles by recognized scholars, articles published in reviewed sources, and web sites that adhere to the Modern Language Association Guidelines for Authors of Web Pages
Anderson, Robert. Anderson considers theories of work and leisure time in Frankenstein. "'Alternate Labour and Relaxation': An Introduction," issues of labor and leisure in Frankenstein. Romanticism on the Net 27 (2002).
Anderson, Robert W. "Body Parts That Matter: Frankenstein, or The Modern Cyborg?" Women Writers [online journal]10/5/99.
Austin, Andrea. "Frankie and Johnny: Shelley, Gibson, and Hollywood's Love Affair with the Cyborg," Romanticism on the Net 21 (2001). William Gibson's "Johnny Mnemonic," Frankenstein, and the connection between the problem of gender identity and artificial intelligence.
Chiu, Frances. "'Dark and dangerous designs': Tales of Oppression, Dispossession, and Repossession, 1770-1800," [Gothic novel]. Romanticism on the Net 28 (2002).
Corbett, Robert. Introduction to Romanticism and Science Fictions. Romanticism on the Net 21, 2001.
Florescu, Radu. A review of Florescu's In Search of Frankenstein: Exploring the Myths behind Mary Shelley's Monster. (Robson Books, 1996). Reviewed by Stephen Derwent Partington, Romanticism on the Net 7 (1997).
Hogle, Jerrold E. "Frankenstein's Dream: An Introduction." Romantic Circles Praxis Series/Frankenstein's Dream, Feb. 2003.
Hunter, J. Paul, ed. A review of the Norton Critical Edition of Frankenstein (1996). Reviewed by Julia Paulman Kielstra, Romanticism on the Net 4 (1996).
Marshall, Tim. A review of Marshall's Murdering To Dissect: Grave-robbing, Frankenstein and The Anatomy Literature. A review by Mark Sandy in Romanticism on the Net.
McEvoy, Emma. "Groundless Metaphors and Living Maps in the Writing of Mary Shelley." Romanticism on the Net 40 (2005).
Morgan, Monique. "Frankenstein's Singular Events: Inductive Reasoning, Narrative Technique, and Generic Classification." Romanticism on the Net 44 (2006).
O'Dea, Gregory. "Framing the Frame: Embedded Narratives, Enabling Texts, and Frankenstein" Explores the notion that "In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, we might distinguish three frame sequences: a reading sequence, an action sequence, and a narrative sequence." In Romanticism on the Net 31 (2003).
Redfield, Marc. "Frankenstein's Cinematic Dream." Romantic Circles Praxis Series/Frankenstein's Dream, Feb. 2003.
Rieder, John. "Patriarchal Fantasy and the Fecal Child in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and its Adaptations." Romantic Circles Praxis Series/Frankenstein's Dream, Feb. 2003.
Robinson, Charles E., ed. A review of The Frankenstein Notebooks: A Facsimile Edition of Mary Shelley's Manuscript Novel, 1816-17. 2 vols. (Garland Publishing, 1996). A review by Michael Laplace-Sinatra, in Romanticism on the Net 6 (1997).
VanWinkle, Matthew. "Mocking Stupendous Mechanisms: Romantic Parody and Frankenstein's Dream." Romantic Circles Praxis Series/Frankenstein's Dream, Feb. 2003.
Williams, Anne. "'Mummy, possest': Sadism and Sensibility in Shelley's Frankenstein." Romantic Circles Praxis Series/Frankenstein's Dream, Feb. 2003.
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