Monthly Archives: November 2018

1826 – Henry Milner’s Frankenstein; or, the Man and the Monster!

Three years after Richard Brinsley Peake’s Presumption, Henry M. Milner wrote a play that might be the greatest stage adaptation of Frankenstein in the entire nineteenth century. And he accomplished it by ignoring virtually everything that Peake had done – and virtually everything that Mary Shelley had done.

Henry M. Milner, Frankenstein; or, The Man and the Monster!
“TP Cooke in Paris” on Frankensteinia: The Frankenstein
“Demon of Switzerland and The Man and the Monster” in Romantic
“H.M. Milner” in Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: An Academic,_Frankenstein;_or,_The_Man_and_the_Monster_(1826)

“Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod
“Sicilian Breeze” by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
“Comfortable Mystery by Kevin MacLeod
“Light Thought” by Kevin Macleod
“Secret Second Earth” by the 129ers

This episode features the voices of Paula Matzke and Curtis Matzke. Curtis can be found at

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1825 – Mary Shelley’s The Last Man

Mary Shelley’s third book was also her only other science fiction novel, the apocalyptic The Last Man.

Mary Shelley, The Last Man (Oxford World Classics):
This episode features an audio clip from The Walking Dead season 5 episode 10, “Them.” Written by Heather Bellson, directed by Julius Ramsay, and starring Andrew Lincoln (AMC).
The reviews of The Last Man quoted in this episode can be found at Romantic Circles:

“Dreams Become Real” by Kevin MacLeod:
“I Am a Man Who Will Fight for Your Honor” by Chris Zabriski:

This episode features the voices of Steven Nelson and Mary Shelly.

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