Frankenstein: Post II of III

Frankenstein Texts in Action

 The Bride of Frankenstein via Arc Digital.

The Bride of Frankenstein via Arc Digital.

I will reiterate the texts below that I categorized previously into two groups: collective texts and texts based on separation of letters and chapters.


Addressing The Texts

Within the two groups, they diverge from their own collective in various ways. For example, The Literature Network Frankenstein text lumps the letters together under the title “Letters” similarly to to The Literature Page where the Preface and Letters are lumped together in their own category. This diverges from some of the other text samples, such as Romantic Circles and Page by Page Books where each Letter has its own link, and is therefore categorized on its own. It is also important to not the two of the four texts that are under the categorization of “Separated by Letters Or Chapters” include the portion entitled Walton at the end of the 1818 text.

The breakdown of the 1818 text of Frankenstein via separated as “Preface and Letters” and then individual chapters, no Walton, via The Literature Page.

The breakdown of the 1818 text of Frankenstein via separated letters and chapters, no Walton, via Page by Page Books.

The breakdown of the 1818 text of Frankenstein separated by “Letters” and then individual chapters, with Walton, via The Literature Network.

The breakdown of the 1818 text of Frankenstein via separated letters and chapters, with Walton, via Romantic Circles.