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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, or, the Modern Prometheus, which was first published in 1818, is considered to be the foremost Gothic book of the romantic style and served as an inspiration for a number of later horror-themed works. After visiting the Frankenstein castle, where it was thought that two centuries before an alchemist had done experiments, Shelley was inspired to create the narrative, which is frequently regarded as the first science fiction story ever written. The narrative follows the life of Victor Frankenstein, a physics student at the University of Ingolstadt, who develops the monstrous humanoid known as "the monster." in the book What happens next is a tale of tragedy, loneliness, betrayal, and utter horror. Film, theatre, and television adaptations of Frankenstein, or, the Modern Prometheus, have all been made.
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