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Andrew Bonamici 4h
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Crabbe Library 2h
Frankenstein’s monster and a story to pique their curiosity!
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The Markovian Writer 17h
Lorenzo ever loved and with others whom he seemed but by servants. - The Prince of Frankenstein
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The Markovian Writer 19h
For some real cause, causes of devotion and once some difficulty for Β£1000. - Frankenstein's Romance of Lust
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Don Weiss Oct 22
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Jedi Witch 9h
Find you a man that will declare his love and propose to you at your mother's grave πŸ’–πŸ’€πŸ‘»πŸ’– (pic from Making the Monster by Kathryn Harkup)
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Tyler Hawkins 4h
Got my shirt in the mail yesterday! Remember, "Ye are many- they are few"
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Chris Lovegrove 14h
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K.O. Lee Aberdeen Public Library 17h
View the new exhibit of medical devices, supplies, and procedures from the past. This exhibit is on loan from the Dacotah Prairie Museum through the month of October. The exhibit highlights All Aberdeen Reads Frankenstein theme. Β Β 
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The Markovian Writer Oct 22
You, perhaps, of family do very good--indeed-- proceed! - The Ladies' Book of Frankenstein
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πŸ‘»Kasper the Friendly Ghost 3h
There's just a scant week left to support by buying a copy of my ! $5 donated per deck in memory of and 200 years of ! Please RT and spread the word!
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Corey Allison Music Oct 22
Last nite’s movie screening: // brilliant film. β€œFind your own voice.” πŸŽ₯πŸ‘ŒπŸ½πŸ˜Ž
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Matthew M. Pincus 4h
TCM celebrates the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (YouTube 5 min)
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IsuriniπŸ’™ Oct 14
Mary Shelley is the most interesting film I have ever seen!
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Holly-Diana Potton 15h
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π•Έπ–Šπ–‘π–Žπ–˜π–˜π–† π–‰π–Š π–‘π–”π–˜ π•Έπ–šπ–Šπ–—π–™π–”π–˜ Oct 22
Watch immediately. What a lush, gothic movie. My favorite kind.
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Profess-Hers Podcast 4h
We're talking about this on this week's episode. Scary stories by great female authors - including the one who wrote the first science fiction novel. Episode 3 is coming to you this Friday. Can't wait to share it!
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ThibautdeC 17h
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Alexander Larman Oct 15
Watching the film of . It is utterly, utterly appalling. - you were right...
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Meg Ingenbrandt 24h
β€œKnowledge is knowing Frankenstein was the doctor. Wisdom is knowing Frankenstein was the monster.” Watched my favorite monster tonight, watching the Bride of Frankenstein later this week. πŸ§Ÿβ€β™‚οΈ πŸ§Ÿβ€β™€οΈ
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