Tag Archive: frankenstein

Interesting monsters and friendly cannibals


It’s human to want to look at scary things, to queue up to see what that cheeky scamp Gunther von Hagens has been up to in his workshop, and for the source of… Continue reading

One down, nine to go.


I said I’d read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ten times, and log how my understanding of the work deepens. I’m counting this as my first go through, as this time I read it with… Continue reading

Read a book 100 times? Err…no.


Centireading. Apparently Anthony Hopkins reads his scripts 100 times, but like the author of this piece reading Hamlet 100 for a dissertation, a play or film script is not a book. A straight… Continue reading