Frankenstein Book and Movie Discussion

This year is the bicentennial of the publication of what is arguably the first science fiction novel, Frankenstein. Given the questions it raises about the nature of humanity and the role of science and technology in our lives, we are celebrating its birthday!

Read the book (linked below, or available in print at the Library) before the end of the month. Then, join us on Friday, October 26 at 6 pm in Morton Library’s Multimedia Room on the 3rd floor to watch one of the most iconic and comedic of the Frankenstein films. This will be followed by a discussion of the themes in the book and how they are reflected in the film. Pizza and drinks will be served, as well, so please be sure to register below for the event.


This copy of the free ebook is available on Project Gutenberg. You can read it on any smart device or on other computer equipment.

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The audiobook version of the novel. Download and play on any smart device! You just need to log into our audiobook catalog to borrow it.


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