Reimagining the creation of Frankenstein between Mary Shelley’s 1818 edition and the movie

Read the following instructions and follow them closely in writing, revising, and carefully editing your essay.

Comparing the Creature’s Re-Creations:
Your essay must consider how one of the early twentieth century cinematic adaptations re-imagines the creature’s creation in relation to both Mary Shelley’s novel (you can refer to the 1818 edition) (be clear and consistent in doing so) and one of the late nineteenth century prose fiction or theatrical adaptations we’ve considered. For the movie you will be using Frankenstein, directed by James Whale (1931). and for the theatrical/prose piece you will be using Peake’s Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein (1823).

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Write a brief, concise, unified, well-organized and clear essay that explores how the creature’s creation is represented between the novel and the film, using the other selected prose/theatrical piece for comparative and/or contrastive purposes. Your essay should reflect an awareness of the historical context and formal characteristics of each, and you must choose one of the following themes to inform your thesis and unify your discussion:
– The technological and/or occult means of the creature’s creation and how they speak to or draw upon contemporaneous scientific discoveries or media technologies.

Length: approximately 750 words, absolute maximum 1000 words, excluding quotations and Works Cited (ie, quotations and the Works Cited do not count toward the word count limit.) This is roughly 3-4 pages double spaced, 12-point font, with 1″ margins.

The paper should include the following, organized as listed:
(1) MLA style first page with pertinent information (name, course code, professor’s name, date) in the upper left corner, (2) On the same page, the beginning of the essay itself, a two part title that begins with the topic you’ve chosen followed by a colon and a pertinent, catchy and descriptive caption, and (3) on a separate page, following the body of the essay, your Works Cited. The essay must be in complete and well-organized paragraphs, clearly written and properly formatted.

Documentation must follow MLA guidelines (8th edition) using parenthetical citations

Your essay must include:
– an introductory paragraph including a thesis statement specifying the
topic/approach you have chosen and directional information about your
approach which specifically identifies the texts you will use.
– Between two and four body paragraphs developing your argument with
textual support from the required sources. Consider formal aspects of the novel and film – in the case of the latter, these may include mise-en-scene, camera work, special visual effects, casting and acting techniques, narration and dialogue, and use of diegetic or extra-diegetic sound and music.
– A concluding paragraph that summarizes your thesis while re-affirming its importance.
– A minimum of three direct quotes from the novel, and three specific, detailed references to the film, all properly cited. The comparative prose/theatrical text need not be quoted from directly, but must be cited at least once.

You must include a works cited with separate entries for Shelley’s novel, the prose fiction/play, the film you choose to focus on and the other source you elect to draw upon. Follow MLA 8th edition conventions for format and citation. Marks WILL be deducted for incomplete or incorrect citation and format.

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