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Jennifer Campbell 9h
WOW! Seth! Will! Omg! I’m dying! 🤣 So freaking fantastic!
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The Markovian Writer Jan 22
Anxious to be wiser for every circumstance strengthened by the villain. - Persuasion's Frankenstein
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The Markovian Writer 5h
Surrounded! Et mele une dame, so that conclusion, and a colonel. - War and Peace's Frankenstein
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The Markovian Writer 12h
Jehonadab answered, Who knoweth God. Sir Isaac were at the word behind us. - Bible's Frankenstein
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The Markovian Writer Jan 18
Well, tolloll. Williams and I grew feverish; a Mr Bloom, availing himself well. - Ulysses and Frankenstein
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The Markovian Writer 13h
What were some, Returning, sought its leaves a kind Been into my thoughts! - The Frankenstein Comedy
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Stephen Hannigan 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇹🇩 Jan 20
awesome movie “I ought to be thy Adam but I am the fallen angel”
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The Markovian Writer Jan 20
Nachor: and his kin to die than he: hold on the apostles. Joram went his bone. - The King James' Frankenstein
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Flaming Anvil Media 19h
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley & SparkNotes study guide -Free Shipping - synopsis, Literary notes
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Lynn Fulton 12h
Glad my publisher is crowing about this cuz I sure have been!
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Thorn Jan 19
When your awesome friend let's you borrow good literature.
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The Markovian Writer Jan 17
Religiously for the common Rule Of Joshua Written By some third Chap. - Leviathan's Frankenstein
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The Markovian Writer Jan 17
English stagecoach. Ocean through the world--the new names of humanity. - Baskerville's Frankenstein
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The Markovian Writer Jan 20
Britain only have ever becoming one side, they went straight line of enterprise. - Frankenstein's Metamorphosis
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K.T.McQueen Jan 21
-Creating a Monster | KT
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Chrissi Sepe Jan 15
So excited to see tonight! The story of how wrote "Frankenstein" at Lord Byron's Lake Geneva house one summer night in 1816 has been a fascination of mine for years! I've read books, seen movies + read articles on it, but I've yet to do that drunk! 🤣🍻
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Rebekah McKendry, PhD Jan 20
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Mina Jan 13
Oh my god how beautiful was the movie I cried and really it touched me 😢
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Frankenstein musical Jan 17
"What have I done? It's alive!" FRANKENSTEIN comes alive every Monday at 7 PM, Off-Broadway in Eric Sirota's musical based on 's novel. Extend your 3 day MLK weekend and see a show on Monday!
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Beloit College 19h
“Frankenstein has a vivid presence still today,” says Professor of English Tamara Ketabgian. “The book addresses so many issues that remain urgent. It has to do with autonomy and autonomous life."
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