Few creatures of horror have seized readers' imaginations and held them for so long as the anguished monster of Shelley's Frankenstein. The story of Victor Frankenstein's monstrous creation and the havoc it caused has enthralled generations of readers and inspired countless writers of horror a... read more
Customers who bought this book also bought:
Our Editors also recommend:
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson This intriguing novel, both fantasy thriller and moral allegory, depicts the struggle of two opposing personalities — one essentially good, the other evil — for the soul of one man.
Great Ghost Stories by John Grafton Ten classics by masters of the macabre: Bram Stoker's "The Judge's House," "The Moonlit Road" by Ambrose Bierce, M. R. James's "The Rose Garden," Charles Dickens, and 7 others.
Dracula by Bram Stoker A horror romance as deathless as any vampire, this blood-curdling tale carries readers from mystery-shrouded Transylvania to 19th-century London in the frantic hunt for the blood-sucking Count Dracula.
Frankenstein: The Lynd Ward Illustrated Edition by Mary Shelley, Lynd Ward A master of woodcut technique, Lynd Ward created 64 distinctive engravings for this famous Gothic novel.His unusual perspectives and dramatic light-and-dark contrasts combine elements of Art Deco and German Expressionism.
The Vampyre, The Werewolf and Other Gothic Tales of Horror by John Polidori, Rochelle Kronzek Lock the doors and turn on the lights! These seven blood-chilling tales are sure to haunt your dreams. Includes John Polidori's "The Vampyre," Edward Bulwer-Lytton's "Monos and Daimons," Clemence Housman's "The Werewolf," plus "The Curse," and "The Victim."
The Mysteries of Udolpho by Ann Radcliffe Trapped in a gloomy medieval fortress, an orphaned heroine battles the devious schemes of her guardians as well as her own pensive visions and melancholy fancies.
Quo Vadis: A Tale of the Time of Nero by Henryk Sienkiewicz, Jeremiah Curtin This historical novel contrasts the decadence of ancient Rome with the powerful simplicity of the earliest Christians. Its epic tale recounts the romance between a young Christian convert and a Roman soldier.
Color Your Own Graphic Novel FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley, John Green Artists of all ages can make a monster come alive with this ready-to-color comic-book adaptation of Mary Shelley's Gothic horror. Each page features multiple panels and abridged text.
The Last Man by Mary Shelley This apocalyptic tale by the author of Frankenstein envisions a future world devastated by plague. Misunderstood by contemporary readers, Mary Shelley's 1826 precursor to the science fiction novel has reemerged to critical acclaim.
The Jewel of Seven Stars by Bram Stoker Stolen from a mummy's grip, an ancient gem brings certain death to those who attempt its possession. The author of Dracula wrote this enthralling blend of Eastern lore and classic horror fiction.
The Count of Monte Cristo: Abridged Edition by Alexandre Dumas Falsely accused of treason, Edmond Dantès is imprisoned in the bleak Chateau d'If. After a hair-raising escape, he launches an elaborate plot to extract a bitter revenge against those who betrayed him.
The Monk by Matthew Gregory Lewis A spellbinding Gothic novel, The Monk is Matthew Lewis' most famous work. A violent tale of ambition, murder, and incest unfolds in this spellbinding Gothic novel, set in a sinister Capuchin monastery.
Few creatures of horror have seized readers' imaginations and held them for so long as the anguished monster of Shelley's Frankenstein. The story of Victor Frankenstein's monstrous creation and the havoc it caused has enthralled generations of readers and inspired countless writers of horror and suspense. Includes the author's own 1831 introduction.
Manufacturing books in the United States ensures compliance with strict environmental laws and eliminates the need for international freight shipping, a major contributor to global air pollution.
And printing on recycled paper helps minimize our consumption of trees, water and fossil fuels.
Frankenstein was printed on paper made with 10% post-consumer waste,
and the cover was printed on paper made with 10% post-consumer waste. According to Environmental
Defense's Paper Calculator, by using this innovative paper instead of conventional papers,
we achieved the following environmental benefits.
This book was printed in the United States of America.
Dover books are made to last a lifetime. Our US book-manufacturing partners produce the highest quality books in the world and they create jobs for our fellow citizens. Manufacturing in the United States also ensures that our books are printed in an environmentally friendly fashion, on paper sourced from responsibly managed forests.