Screen Education. Winter2015, Issue 78, p72-77. 6p. 6 Color Photographs, 7 Black and White Photographs.
The article discusses the most prominent screen incarnations of the novel "Frankenstein," by Mary Shelley. Topics include the voice given by novel to the anxieties of the human condition, the film adaptations of the novel including the Italian silent "The Monster of Frankenstein," by Eugenio Testa, "Bride of Frankenstein," by James Whale, and "The Ghost of Frankenstein," by Erle C. Kenton, and how each film adaptation deciphers the text.