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metamorphilia · 2 days ago
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sandman (2022) // frankenstein – mary shelley // the last days of judas iscariot – stephen adly guirgis // why didn't you stop me – mitski // speeches for dr. frankenstein – margaret atwood
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scatteredastrology · a day ago
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book recs for the signs
aries: 
energetic, hot-headed, courageous, fiery, competitive, heroic, daring
- the illiad by homer
- east of eden by john steinbeck 
- war and peace by leo tolstoy 
taurus:
homely, indulgent, sensual, tender, stubborn, stagnant, creative
- my year of rest and relaxation by ottessa moshfegh 
- on earth we’re briefly gorgeous by ocean vuong 
- the goldfinch by donna tartt 
gemini:
lively, witty, superficial, spontaneous, adaptable, curious 
- the secret history by donna tartt 
- and then there were none by agatha christie 
- lord of the flies by william golding 
cancer:
nurturing, moody, intuitive, sentimental
- the bell jar by sylvia plath
- the turn of the screw by henry james 
- mrs dalloway by virginia woolf 
leo: 
dramatic, passionate, vivacious, steadfast, playful
- the picture of dorian gray by oscar wilde
- if we were villains by m.l. rio 
- the phantom of the opera by gaston leroux 
virgo:
meticulous, analytical, modest, critical, complex, distant
- the catcher in the rye by j.d salinger
- the stranger/the outsider by albert camus 
- sherlock holmes by arthur conan doyle
libra: 
romantic, diplomatic, idealistic, gullible, harmonious, aesthete 
- to kill a mockingbird by harper lee
- pride and prejudice by jane austen 
- little women by louisa may alcott 
scorpio: 
intense, perceptive, thoughtful, obsessive, elusive 
- inferno by dante 
- lolita by vladimir nabokov 
- these violent delights by micah nemerever 
sagittarius: 
philosophical, optimistic, restless, insatiable, adventurous, wise
- crime and punishment by fyodor dostoevsky 
- don quixote by miguel de cervantes
- the razor’s edge by w. somerset maugham 
capricorn: 
ambitious, reserved, dedicated, reliable, resilient, protective, melancholic 
- the great gatsby by scott fitzgerald 
- great expectations by charles dickens 
- anna karenina by leo tolstoy
aquarius: 
intelligent, unique, strange, detached, revolutionary, rebellious
- frankenstein by mary shelley 
- animal farm by george orwell 
- the metamorphosis by franz kafka 
pisces: 
introspective, yearning, dreamy, artistic, sensitive
- the haunting of hill house by shirley jackson
- the waves by virginia woolf 
- the starless sea by erin morgenstern 
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blondebrainpower · a day ago
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Solitude was my only consolation - deep, dark, deathlike solitude.
Mary Shelley
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exhaustedwerewolf · 5 months ago
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victor frankenstein will be like “a terrifying creature is trying to murder me :(“ my brother in christ you sewed him together in your dorm room
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glamourweaver · 9 months ago
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Muppet Frankenstein, where the only human actor is the Monster, and he has no prosthetics. Everyone just reacts to the one human in their world as a horrific monster. The body parts before the animation are even visibly felt Muppet limbs, but the creature rises as a human.
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girl-of-ink · 11 months ago
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The Hollywood creation of "Castle Frankenstein" as the place where Victor creates the Creature is really a shame, as it prevents the wider public from knowing the hilarity of the fact that Victor made his fucked up homunculus in his student housing at the college in Ingolstadt. Imagine you're trying to get your bachelor's degree and the chem major down the hall has created a crime against god in his fucking dorm room AND THEN HE LEAVES IT THERE. The creature has to make his own damn way off campus somehow!!!
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janesexyway · 8 months ago
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youworeflowersinyourhair · 9 months ago
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I love how the message of Frankenstein isn’t “don’t play god and commit hubristic acts of mad science” but instead “when you commit a hubristic act of mad science you are responsible for parenting whatever comes out of it”
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divineandmajesticinone · 10 months ago
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Federico Bonelli as Victor Frankenstein and Steven McRae as the Creature in FRANKENSTEIN | The Royal Ballet, 2016
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thebeautifulbook · 3 months ago
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FRANKENSTEIN, OR THE MODERN PROMETHEUS by Mary Shelly. Special binding by Dmitry Koutsipetsidis
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bones-ivy-breath · 6 months ago
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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
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I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other.
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leavethepastouttopasture · a month ago
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The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Guirgis
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Frankenstein, Shelley
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dark-romantics · 4 months ago
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bite the vampire first to establish dominance
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flowerytale · a month ago
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Mary Shelley, from Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus
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fanofspooky · 6 months ago
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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein illustrations by Bernie Wrightson part 1
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brownsugarteathoughts · a month ago
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“jonathan harker could do frankenstein, but victor frankenstein could not do dracula” okay, but what if we swap the antagonists instead. dracula murders all of switzerland in two days, meanwhile jonathan and mina adopt the monster as their son and no one dies
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winonaryder1897 · a year ago
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19th century books will kill off a main character in one sentence and then spend 3 pages describing a street
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