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Frankenstein
by Shelley, Mary

A stunning, enduring horror story about the dangers of Science, as the ambitious Victor Frankenstein takes his powers of creation too far and pays a terrible price when he gives life to a terrible monster. Heartbreaking, darkly funny and full of striking gothic images, FRANKENSTEIN is a true classic.

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Publication date: 03 Jul 2014

ISBN: 9781407144047

OPAC reference: 2399

Availability: Lahore
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