Percy and Mary Shelley, 1994
Compiled by Jonathan Gross, DePaul University
Ansen, David. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. Newsweek 1 Nov. 1994: 73.
Backes, Anthony. "Revisiting 'Frankenstein': A Study in Reading and Education." EJ 83 (1994), 33-36.
Baldick, Chris. Rev. of Making Monstrous: Frankenstein, Criticism, Theory, by Fred Botting. RES 45 (1994), 434-5.
Bande, Usha. "Rebellion, Reform and Regeneration in Shelley's Poetry." AJES 16 (1994), 105-113.
Bann, Stephen. Introduction. Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity. Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994.
Barbarese, J.T. "Romantic Roots of Modernism: Hart Crane, Ezra Pound, and the American Idiom (Romanticism, Crane Hart, Pound, Ezra)." Diss. Temple U, 1994. DAI 55-04A (1994): 961-1298.
Batchelor, Rhonda. "The Rise and Fall of Eighteenth Century's Authentic Feminine Voice." ECF 4 (1994), 347-68.
Batchelor examines the presence of gender and politics within the historical context of the emerging feminized consciousness. Frankenstein is described as the depistion of a revolutionary domestic culture.
Batten, Margaret Guinn. "The Orphaned Imagination: Home, Loss, and Melancholia in English Romantic Poetry." Diss. Duke U, 1994. DAI 55-08A (1994): 2399-2678.
Beebe, Randall Lee. "'The Web of Being': Shelley's Allegories of History." Diss. Pennsylvania State U, 1994.
Bennett, Betty T. "The Editor of Letters as Critic: A Denial of 'Blameless Neutrality.'" Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship 6 (1994), 213-223.
---. Mary Diana Dods, a Gentleman and a Scholar. Johns Hopkins paperbacks ed. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994. Biography of a friend of Mary Shelley.
Bennett, Rachel. "Romantic Irony and Problems of Closure in the English Romantic Lyric." Diss. U of Regina, 1994.
Berger, Arthur Asa. "Eleven Ways of Looking at the Gulf War." Etc. 51 (1994):
Discusses media representations of Saddam Hussein as a Frankenstein-like monster during the Gulf War.
Bishop, M.G.H. "The Making and Re-Making of Man: Mary Shelley, or, the Modern Pandora, and Gene Therapy." JRSM 87.12 (1994).
Biswas, Ajoy R. "Humour and Satire in Shelley." AJES 16 (1994), 114-124.
Blood, Roger. "Allegory and Dramatic Representation in The Cenci." SIR 33:3 (1994), 355-89.
Bloom, Harold, ed. Classic Horror Writers. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, Includes a biography on Mary Shelley.
Bode, Christoph. "Shelley's 'Mont-Blanc': The Aesthetic 'Aufhebung' of a Philosophical Anitomy." Ed. Horst Hohne. RD. Essen: Blaue Eule, 1994. 286-99.
---. "'Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair!:' Notes on the Non- Teachibility of Poetry." A&E 53 (1994), 139-52.
Bohls, Elizabeth A. "Standards of Taste, Discourses of 'Race,' and the Aesthetic Education of a Monster: Critique of Empire in Frankenstein." ECL 18 (1994), 22-36.
Bolton, Elizabeth Susan. "Transcendence and Transgression: From the Sublime to the Grotesque." Yale U, 1994. DAI 54 (1994), 4082A.
Borroff, Edith. Three Songs. San Antonio: Southern Music Company, 1994.
Includes two songs which employ poems by Shelley as lyrics.
Bowen, Arlene. "'Colui da cu' io tolsi / Lo bello stilo:' Dante's Presence in Mary Shelley's Mathilda." IC 12 (1994), 59-84.
Branagh, Kenneth. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: the Classic Tale of Terror Reborn on Film. New York: New Market P, 1994.
Brantley, Richard E. Rev. of British Romantic Writers and the East; Anxieties of Empire, by Nigel Leask. JEGP 93 (1994), 592-5.
Brantlinger, Patrick. Rev. of British Romantic Writers and the East: Anxieties of Empire, by Nigel Leask. Nineteenth-Century Literature 48 (1994), 529-31.
Brewer, William D. "Mary Shelley on the Therapeutic Value of Language." PL&L 30:4 (1994), 387-407.
---. The Shelley-Byron Conversation. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 1994.
Brigham, Linda C. "The Postmodern Semiotics of Prometheus Unbound." SIR 33:1 (1994), 31-56.
Brisman, Leslie. Rev. of Romantic Potency: The Paradox of Desire, by Laura P. Claridge. NCL 49 (1994), 249-56.
Bronfen, Elisabeth. "Rewriting the Family: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in its Biographical / Textual Context." Frankenstein, Creation andMontrosity. Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994. Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994.
Bruhm, Steven. Gothic Bodies: The Politics of Pain in Romantic Fiction. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1994.
Bukovinsky, Janet. Women of Words: A Personal Introduction to Thirty-Five ImportantWriters. Philadelphia: Running P, 1994.
Burrow, Colin. Rev. of Virgilio in Inghilterra, by Rosario Portale. MLR 89 (1994),
Portale discusses classical allusions, particularly to Virgil, in works by an array of authors, including Percy Shelley.
Butler, Marilyn. Review of The New Oxford Book of Romantic Period Verse, ed. By Jerome McGann. LRB 20 Oct. 1994: 33.
Byrne, Deidre. "The Meaning of Frankenstein." Journal of Literary Studies 10.1 (1994), 170-84.
Catlin, Alan. Shelley and The Romantics. Easthampton, MA: Adastra P, 1994.
Campbell, Ian. "Jekyll, Hyde, Frankenstein and the Uncertain Self." CVE 40 (1994), 51-62.
Catalog of Books and Manuscipts, Keats-Shelley Memorial House. Rome, New York: G.K. Hall, 1994.
Cevasco, G.A. Rev. of Shelley and Scripture: The Interpreting Angel, by Bryan Shelley. Choice 32 (1994), 456.
Chandler, James. "Ricardo and the Poets: Representing Common-Wealth in the Year of Peterloo." WC 25:2 (1994), 82-86.
Discusses the impact of modern history on Shelley's poetry. He focuses on Shelley's anticipation of historical change in "England 1819."
Chapman, Sara S., Beth Engeler and Karen Kelly. "Mary Shelley." Troy/Albany: Sage Colleges/WAMC Public Radio, 1994.
Recording of a radio discussion wherein Engeler interviews Mary Shelley scholars, Chapman, and Kelly about the life of the author and how her Frankenstein in many ways reflected her own life.
Chappell, Michael. "De-Fencing the Poet: The Political Dilemma of the Poet and the People in Milton's Second Defense and Shelley's Defense of Poetry." Milton, the Metaphysicals, and Romanticism, ed. Lisa Low and John Anthony Harding. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994. 135-50.
Chen, Kuo-Jung. "The Gothic Narrative Structure: A Generic Reading of Four English Novels." U of Wisconsin, 1994. DAI 55 (1994), 970A.
Chichester, Teddi Lynn. "Entering the Stream of Sound: The Reader and The Masque in Shelley's Prometheus Unbound." CQ 30:2 (1994), 85-97.
Clairmont, Clara Mary Jane. The Clairmont Correspondence: Letters of Claire Clairmont, Charles Clairmont, and Fanny Imlay Godwin. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994. Familial letters concerning the Godwins, Mary Wollstonecraft, and Mary Shelley.
Clark, David L., and Donald C. Goellnicht, eds. New Romanticisms: Theory and CriticalPractice. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1994.
Clark, Timothy. "Orientations Towards a Theory of Inspiration (with Shelley as a Closing Example)." CR 34 (1994), 85-112.
Colloque Mary Shelley Autour de Frankenstein: Actes Colloque Mary Shelley, 14-15 janvier 1994. Poitiers: U de Poitiers, U.F.R. Langues et Litteratures, 1994.
Cordaro, Joseph. "Long Day's Journey Into Frankenstein." EONR 18:1-2 (1994), 116-28.
Craig, Siobhan. "Monstrous Dialogues: Erotic Discourse and the Dialogic Constitution of the Subject in Frankenstein." A Dialogue of Voices: Feminist Literary Theory and Bakhtin. Ed. Karen Hohne and Helen Wussow. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1994. 83-96.
Cronlin, Richard. Rev. of The Godvinian Novel: The Rational Fiction of Godwin, Brockden Brown, Mary Shelley. N&Q 49 (1994): 251-2.
Cross, Ashley Jill. Fashionable Discourse and Impressionable Minds: Language and Feminine Subjectivity from Locke to Mary Shelley. Diss. Brown U, 1994. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1994.
Cuebas, Laura Ann. "Individuation in Text and Life: A Jungian Interpretation of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Matilda." Diss. Southwest Missouri State U, 1994.
Curry, Peggy L. "Representing the Biblical Judith in Literature Minds: Language and Feminine Subjectivity from Locke to Mary Shelley (Locke, John Shelley, Mary, Percy Bysshe, Wordsworth, William)." Diss. Brown U, 1994. DAI 55-07A (1994): 1964-2232.
Dabundo, Laura Susan, ed. New Essays on Women Novelists of the Romantic Period. Dallas: Contemporary Research Press, 1994.
---. Review of Shelley and Scripture: The Interpreting Angel by Bryan Shelley. WC (1994), 245-46.
Dalles, Mary Patricia. "Crystallization and Self: Revisioning Passionate Love in Stendhal's Del'amour, John Keats's Fanny Brawne Poems, William Hazlitt's Liber Amoris, Ann Batten Cristall's Poetical Sketches, and Mary Shelley's Mathilda." Diss. U of Colorado, 1993. Ann Arbor: DAI 55.4 1994.
Dawson, Martha. "'This Subject for Heroic Song': The Dialect of Passivity and Violence in Spenser, Milton, Shelley." Diss. U of Miami, 1993. DAI 54 (1994): 4100A.
Dawson, P.M.S. Review of Shelleyan Eros: The Rhetoric of Romantic Love, by William A. Ulmer. RES 45 (1994), 265-66.
Denby, David. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. New Yorker 14 Nov. 1994: 76.
Dietrich, Bryan David. "The Monstrance: A Collection of Poems." Diss. U of North Texas, 1994.
Dobrutsky, Jay Stephen. "Too Much in the Son: 'Hamlet' and the Nineteenth-Century Novel of Male Development." Diss. U of Virginia, 1994. DAI (1994): 3019A.
Duff, David. Romance and Revolution: Shelley and the Politics of a Genre. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1994.
Dutoit, Thomas. "Re-specting the Face as the Moral (of) Fiction in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein." MLN 109 (1994), 847-71.
Edwards, Elizabeth. Margaret Brown: "Shelley Was Her Life." Boscombe: Armchair Promotions on Behalf of the Shelley Theatre and Museum Appeal,1994.
Egri, Peter. Ertek es Kepzelet: Shelley, Turner, Field es Chopin. Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, 1994.
Endo, Paul. "Shelley, Stevens, and the Non-Idealist Sublime." Diss. U of Toronto, 1993. DAI 55 (1994): 547A.
Erdman, David V. and Brian J. Dendle, eds. The Romantic Movement: A Selective and Critical Bibliography for 1993. West Cornwall: Locust Hill Press, 1994.
The Essential Frankenstein. Ed. Leonard Wolf. Laserdisc. Byron Preiss Multimedia, 1994.
Evans, Arthur B. Review of Science Fiction before 1900: Imagination Discovers Technology, by Paul K. Alkon. SFS 21 (1994), 418-20.
Review of a book which focuses on the key works in the early evolution of science fiction, especially Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Everest, Kelvin. "Shelley." The Penguin History of Literature: The Romantic Period. Ed. David B. Pirie. London: Penguin Books, 1994. 311-41.
---. Review of Shelley's Italian Experience, by Alan M. Weinberg. BJ 22 (1994), 110-11.
Faure, Phillippe. Je ne Suis pas Frankenstein: D'apres Frankenstein de Mary Shelley. Paris: Actes sud-Papiers, 1994.
Feldman, Paula R. and Diana Scott-Kilvert, eds. The Journals of Mary Shelley. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994.
Ferber, Michael. The Poetry of Shelley. London: Viking Press, 1994.
Ferre, Rosario. "From Ire to Irony." Callaloo 17 (1994): 900.
Irony as a tool in the writings of Mary Shelley, Anne Radcliffe, and the Brontes.
Fischer, Michael. Rev. of Beyond Romanticism: New Approach to Texts and Contexts, 1780-1832, ed. Stephen Copley and John Whale. SIR 33 (1994),
Review of a book which explores writings left out of the Romantic Canon. This book contains writings by both Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley.
---. Rev. of Reviewing Romanticism, ed. Philip W. Martin and Robin Jarvis. SIR 33 (1994), 309-13.
Review of a book which points out writings left out of previous examinations of romanticism and how they can shed light on the canonical writers of the genre.
Fischlin, Daniel, ed. Negation, Critical Theory, and Postmodern Textuality. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994.
Fischman, Susan. "'Like the Sound of His Own Voice': Gender, Audition, and Echo in Alastor." KSJ 43 (1994), 141-69.
Ford, Susan Allen. "'A Name More Dear': Daughters, Fathers, and Desire in A Simple Story, The False Friend, and Mathilda." Re-Visiting Romanticism: British Women Writers, 1776-1837. Ed. Carol Shiner Wilson and Joel Haefner. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1994. 51-71.
Fraistat, Neil. "Illegitimate Shelley: Radical Piracy and the Textual Edition as Cultural Performance." PMLA 109 (1994), 409-23.
Frank Enstein. Videocassette. Video Treasures, 1994. Children's film.
Frank, James A.J.L. and J.V. Field. "Frankenstein and the Spark of Being." HT 44 (1994), 47-53.
Franklin, George. "Instances of Meeting: Shelley and Eliot: A Study in Affinity." ELH 61 (1994), 955-90.
Freeborn, Richard. "Frankenstein and Bazarov." NZSJ (1994), 33-44.
Freeman, John. "The Rebirth of Nature--And the Rebirth of Shelley?" BJ (1994), 50-62.
Freibert, Lucy M. Rev. of A New Species: Gender and Science in Science Fiction, by Robin Roberts. TSWL 13 (1994), 383-5.
Roberts' book provides significant analysis of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein as the origin of what the author considers a new species: feminist science fiction.
Frentz, Thomas S. and Janice Hocker Rushing. "The Frankenstein Myth in Contemporary Cinema." Critical Questions: Invention, Creativity, and the Criticism of Discourse and Media. Ed. William L. Northstine, Carole Blair, and Gary A. Copeland. New York: St. Martin's, 1994. 155-82.
Fulford, Tim. Rev. of Keats, Shelley, and Romantic Spenserianism, by Greg Kucich. MLR 89 (1994), 461-2.
Fuller, Graham. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. Interview (Nov. 1994), 92-5.
Gallet, R. "Shelley et le Divin." Le Divin: Discours Encyclopediques. Ed. Denis Hue. Caen: Paradigme, 1994. 139-46.
Gilmartin, Kevin. Rev. of British Romantic Writers and the East: Anxieties of Empire, by Nigel Leask. AS 53 (1994), 511-12.
Gibson, Patricia Guizerix. "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Imagination and Isolation, Reflections of a Life." Diss. Mississippi College, 1994.
Goldfarb, Nancy Dena. "The Poetics of Drowning: Readings in the Poetry of Holderlin, Wordsworth, Shelley, Mallarme, and Stevens." Diss. U of Michigan, 1994.
Goslee, Nancy Moore. "Pursuing Revision in Shelley's Ode to Liberty." Texas Studies inLanguage and Literature 36 (1994), 166-83.
Gould, Stephen Jay. "The Monster's Human Nature." NH 103.6 (1994), 14-22.
Grabo, Norman S. Rev. of The Godwinian Novel: The Rational Fictions of Godwin, Brockden Brown, Mary Shelley. Nineteenth-Century Fiction 49 (1994), 245-7.
Grant, Michael. "James Whale's Frankenstein: The Horror Film and the Symbolic Biology of the Cinematic Monster." Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity, Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994. 113-35.
Grimes, Kyle. "Censorship, Violence, and Political Rhetoric: The Revolt of Islam in Its Time." KSJ 43 (1994), 98-116.
---. Review of Shelley's Goddess Maternity, Language, Subectivity by Barbara Charlesworth Gelpi. JEPG 93 (1994), 595-97.
Grogan, Claire. Rev. of Romanticism and Gender, by Anne K. Mellor. Ariel 25 (1994), 1714.
Mellor points out that half of the literature published in England between 1780 and 1830 was by female authors, and her book attempts to give a view of British Romantic literature from a feminist perspective.
---. Review of Shelley's Goddess: Maternity, Language, Subjectivity, by Barbara Charlesworth Gelpi. JEGP 93 (1994): 595-7.
Gully, Jennifer Elizabeth. "Spaces of Orgin: Figures of the Archetypal Femminine in Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats, Crane, and Bishop." Theses. U of Utah, 1994. WorldCat. Online OCLC. 22 Sept. 1997.
Haller, Steven J. "Guide to Records" Review of Chadwick's Symphony 3; Barber's Vanessa (excerpts); Music for a Scene from Shelley; Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance, by the Detroit Symphony under Neeme Jarvi. American Record Guide Nov. 1994; 91-92.
Hansen, Mark. "From Heidegger to Horror: The Defiguration of the Machine in Romantic Literature and Cultural Theory." Diss. U of California, Irvine, 1994. DAI 55 (1994): 557A.
Hasan, Seemin. "The Mythic Mode in Shelley's Lyrics of 1820." AJES 16 (1994), 125-32.
Hearty, Kitty Bowe. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. Premiere Sep. 1994: 94-5.
Heinzelman, Kurt. Rev. of Keats, Shelley and Romantic Spensersianism, by Greg Kucich. WC 25.4 (1994), 251-53.
Herson, Ellen Brown. "Teaching Virtue: The Contemplative Poetics of Shelley and Hoelderlin." Diss. Princeton U, 1994.
Higdon, David Leon. "Frankenstein as the Founding Myth in Gary Larson's The Far Side (with appendices)." JPC 28 (1994), 49-60.
Hindle, Maurice. Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus. New York: Penguin, 1994.
Hohne, Horst, ed. Romantic Discourse: Papers Delivered at the Symposium on the Bicentary of the Birth of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Ahrenshoop, October 2-5, 1992. Essen: Die Blaue Eule, 1994.
Hohne, Karen and Helen Wussow, eds. A Dialogue of Voices: Feminist Literary Theory and Bakhtin. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1994.
Hollinger, Veronica. "Putting on the Feminine: Gender and Negativity in Frankenstein and The Handmaid's Tale." Negation, Critical Theory, and Postmodern Textuality. Ed. Daniel Fishclin. Dordrecht: Kluwer Acad., 1994. 203-24.
Hopkins, Chris. "Shelley Rewriting Romanticism: Poetry as Political Critique." Ed. Horst Hohne. Romantic Discourses. Essen: Blaue Eule, 1994. 286-99.
Hopkins, Lisa. A Hall of Mirrors: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Sheffield: Sheffield City Polytechnic, 1994.
Hovhaness, Alan. Love's Philosophy: Wedding Song: High Voice and Piano, Op. New York: C.F. Peters, 1994.
English words by Shelley.
Howard, Jacqueline, ed. Reading Gothic Fiction: A Bakhtinian Approach. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.
Utilizes a Bakhtinian approach to explore the historical, social, and cultural contexts of Gothic fiction, which then allows it to be posited in a feminist perspective.
James, Caryn. Review of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. New York Times 13 Nov. 1994, late ed.: 1+ (Sec 2).
James, A.J.L. and J.V. Field. "Frankenstein and the Spark of Being." HT 44 (1994), 47-53.
James, Louis. "Frankenstein's Monster in Two Traditions." Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity. Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994. 77-94.
Janowitz, Anne. "'A Voice From Across the Sea': Communitarianism at the Limits of Romanticism." At the Limits of Romanticism: Essays in Cultural, Feminist, and Materialist Criticism. Ed. Mary A. Favret and Nicola J. Watson. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1994. 83-100.
Johnson, Brian D. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. Maclean's 14 (Nov. 1994), 112.
Johnston, Kenneth R. Rev. of The Cambridge Companion to British Romanticism, ed. by Stuart Curren. SIR 33 (1994), 641-52.
Jones, Stephen, ed. The Mammoth Book of Frankenstein. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1994.
An anthology of short stories inspired by Frankenstein.
Jones, Steven. Shelley's Satire: Violence, Exhortation, and Authority. DeKalb: Northern Illinois UP, 1994.
---. "'Choose Reform or Civil War': Shelley, the English Revolution, and the Problem of Succession." WC 25 (1994), 145-49.
Jordan, Elaine. Review of Gothic Revisions; Writing Women as Readers, by Susan Wolstenholme. JAS 28 (1994): 123-5.
A connection is made between British and American female writers. Wolstenholme describes the contrast in status of romance and realism, as literary genres.
Jordanova, Ludmilla. "Melancholy Reflection: Constructing an Identity for Unveilers of Nature." Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity. Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994. 60-76.
Joyce, Alice. Rev. of Women of Words: A Personal Introduction to Thirty-Five Important Writers, by Janet Bukovinsky. Booklist 15 (Nov. 1994), 571.
Kahf, Mohja. "The Muslim Woman in Western Literature from Romance to Romanticism." Diss. Rutgers, The State U of New Jersey, 1994.
Kauffmann, Stanley. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. NR 28 (Nov. 1994), 56-7.
Kaye, Richard. A Study Guide to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Audiocassette. Time Warner AudioBooks, 1994.
Kemode, M. and P. Kirkham. "Making Frankenstein and the Monster." Review of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. S&S 1994: 6-9.
"Kenneth Branagh's 'Frankenstein' Close to Book." Showbiz Today. CNN, Atlanta. 8 Nov. 1994.
Ketterer, David. "The Marriage Conundrum: A Biographical-Historical-Feminist Approach to Frankenstein." Review of Frankenstein: Mary Shelley's Wedding Guest, by Mary Lowe-Evans. Science-Fiction Studies (Mar. 1994), 113-115.
Kroeber, Karl. Ecological Literary Criticism: Romantic Imaging and the Biology of the Mind. New York: Columbia UP, 1994.
Kroeber examines Shelley's fascination with the human mind as a socializing agent within the context of other Romantic writers' interest in natural processes.
Lake, Paul. Among the Immortals: A Novel. Brownville, OR: Story Line Press,
A novel featuring Shelley.
Lamb, John B. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Early Novels: "This Child of Imagination and Misery", by Jane Blumberg. NCLit 49 (1994), 110.
Lane, Anthony. Review of Mary Shelley's Frankentstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. The NewYorker 14 Nov. 1994: 141-3.
Langford, Michele K. ed. Contours of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Eighth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. New York: Greenwood, 1994.
Lecercle, Jean-Jacques. Frankenstein: Mythe et Philosophie. 2nd ed. Paris: Presses U de France, 1994.
Lee, Alvin ed. The Legacy of Northrop Frye. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1994.
Lee, Chong Ho. "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein as Ecriture Feminine and Critique of Civilation." JELL 40 (1994), 3.
Lee, Monika. "Shelley's A Defense of Poetry and Fyre: A Theory of Synchronicity." The Legacy of Northrop Frye. Ed. Alvin Lee and Robert D. Denham. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1994. 190-200.
Lesesne, Teri S., et al. "Artistic and Scientific Visions." Review by The Monster Factory, by Richard Rainey. Journal for Reading 37 (1994), 614-5.
Linkin, Harriet Kramer. "Shelley's Power as Perceiver." ERR 4 (1994), 151-62.
Lipman, Amanda. Review of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. S&S (1994), 51-2.
"Literary Studies." Rev. of British Romantic Writers and the East: Anxieties of Empire, by Nigel Leask. VQR 70 (1994), SS12.
Loesberg, Jonathan. "Recent Studies in the Nineteenth Century." SEL 34 (1994), 877-919.
Lomax, William. "Epic Reversal in Mary Shelley's The Last Man: Romantic Irony and the Roots of Science Fiction." Ed. Michele K. Langford. Contours of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Eighth International Conference on the Fantastic Arts, New York: Greenwood, 1994. 7-17.
---. "Temporal Configurations in Engish Romantic Literature." Diss. U of California at Los Angeles, 1994.
Lovenstein, Jonathan. Blake Songs and Other Works. Titanic, 1994.
Low, Lisa and Anthony John Harding, eds. Milton, the Metaphysicals, andRomanticism. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1994.
Lurie, Rod. Review of Interview with the Vampire, dir. Neil Jordan. Los Angeles Dec. 1994: 168-70.
A fictional interview in which Anne Rice and Mary Shelley vent their hostility over having their works adapted by Hollywood.
Mackerness, E. D. Rev. of The New Oxford Book of Romantic Verse, ed. J.J. McGann. N&Q 41 (1994), 398-9.
Maclean, Mary. "Monstre et signature: Mary Shelly et le pouvoir créateur." Romantisme 85 (1994), 27-36.
Madigan, Thomas J. "Defending Dr. Frankenstein." FI 14 (1994), 48.
Makowski, Marilyn. Review of Nonfiction--Women Who Write: Volume II, by Lucinda Irwin Smith. School Library Journal 40 (1994), 129.
Martin, Rebecca Ellen. "The Spectacle of Suffering: Repetition and Closure in the Eighteenth-Century Gothic Novel." Diss. City U of New York, 1994.
Mary Shelley: National Museum of Women in the Arts. Audiocassette. Sage Colleges; WAMC Public Radio, 1994.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Dir. Kenneth Branagh. Perf. Kenneth Branagh, Robert DeNiro, Tom Hulce, Helena Bonham Carter, and Aidan Quinn. TriStar Pictures, 1994.
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: Frankenstein, the Making of the Monster. Videocassette. Films for the Humanities, 1994.
Maslin, Janet. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. New York Times 4 Nov. 1994, late ed.: C1.
McEathron, Scott. "Death as 'Refuge and Ruin': Shelley's 'A Vision of the Sea' and Coleridge's 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.'" KSJ 43 (1994), 170-92.
Mellor, Anne K. "A Novel of Their Own: Romantic Women's Fiction, 1790-1830."
The Columbia History of the British Novel. Ed. John Richetti. New York: Columbia UP, 1994. 327-51.
The popularity of female Romantic authors such as Shelley, Gardner, Radcliffe, Ferrier, and West is explored within the context of patriarchal ideology. Mellor asserts that Frankenstein can be seen as a novel about a man trying to have a baby without a woman.
Mills, Howard. "'The World of Substance': Lawrence, Hardy, Cezanne, and Shelley." English 43 (1994), 209-22.
Minor, M. Rev. of Imageless Truths: Shelley's Poetic Fiction, by Karen A. Weisman. Choice 32 (1994), 285.
Mishra, Vijay. The Gothic Sublime. Albany: State U of New York P, 1994.
History and criticism of British Romanticism, Gothic literature, and horror tales, including works by Percy Shelley and Mary Shelley.
Mochi, Giovanna. "Sulle Tracce della Poesia: II Poeta e il Narratore nell"Alastor' di Shelley." Semeia: Itinerai per Marcello Pagnini. Ed. Loretta Innocenti, Franco Marucci, and Paola Pugliatti. Bologna: Mulino, 1994. 309-20.
Morillo, John. "Vegetating Radicals and Imperial Politics: Shelley's Triumph of Life as Revision of Southey's Pilgrimage to Waterloo." KSJ 43 (1994), 117-40.
Morton, Timothy. Shelley and the Revolution in Taste: The Body and the NaturalWorld. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1994.
Mulcahy, K.P. Review of Frankenstein: Mary Shelley's Wedding Guest, by Mary Lowe-Evans. Choice 32 (1994), 781.
---. Rev. of The Other Mary Shelley: Beyond Frankenstein, ed. Audrey A. Fisch, Anne K. Mellor, and Esther H. Schor. Choice Mar. 1994: 1128-1130.
Mullan, John. Rev. of Bloody Poetry, by Howard Brenton. The Nightingale Company. Union Chapel, Islington. The Times Literary Supplement 4758 (1994), 21.
Nair, Sharada. "Poetic Constitutions of History: The Case of Shelley." TexP 8 (1994): 10-14.
Nangle, John. Rev. of More Things Than Are Dreamt Of: Masterpieces of Supernatural Horror-From Mary Shelley to Stephen King in Literature and Film, by Alain Silver and James Ursini. Films in Review Nov. 1994: 71.
Neilson, Heather. Review of Mary Shelley: Romance and Reality, by Emily W. Sunstein, Clair Clairmont and the Shelleys: 1798-1879, by Robert Gittings and Jo Manton, and Frankenstein: Mary Shelley (Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism), ed. Johanna M. Smith. RES 45 (1994), 436-8.
Neth, Michael ed. The Hellas Notebook. The Bodelian Shelley Manuscripts Ser. 16. New York: Garland, 1994.
Nichols, Ashton. "Liberationist Sexuality and Nonviolent Resistance: The Legacy of Blake and Shelley in Morris's News From Nowhere." JWMS 10 (1994), 20-27.
Novak, Ralph. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. People Weekly 7 Nov. 1994: 19.
O'Leary, Crystal L. "Transcending Monstrous Flesh: A Revision of the Hero's Mythic Quest." Diss. Winthrop U, 1994.
Olorenshaw, Robert. "Narrating the Monster from Mary Shelley to Bram Stoker." Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity. Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 158-76.
Olorenshaw explores the roles Frankensteins's monster and Count Dracula play in the two novels. Shelley's novel is a break with the Gothic tradition and a precursor of science fiction.
O'Neill, Michael. The Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts: A Facsimile Edition with Full Transcriptions and Scholarly Appartus. New York: Garland, 1994.
---. Rev. of Keats, Shelley, and Romantic Spenserianism, by Greg Kucich. RES (1994), 585-4.
---. Shelley. Longman Critical Readers Ser. White Plains, New Jersey: Longman P, 1994.
Oost, Regina B. "Bringing Horror Home: The Writer, the Market, and the Second-Generation Gothic Novel." Diss. U of Utah, 1994.
Oventile, Robert Saviano. "In the Tones of Humanity: Coleridge, Shelley, and the Sublime." Diss. U of California, Irvine, 1994. DAI 55 (1994): 1267A.
Parker, Daniel, et al. "Making Frankenstein and the Monster." S&S 4 (1994), 6-9.
Pereira, Beatriz Pacheco. Frankenstein: Starring Mary Shelley, James Whale, Boris Karloff e os Outros. Porto: Cinema Novo, 1994.
Peter, Agnes. "An Essay in Romantic Typology: Holderlin and Shelley: An Inquiry Based On Heidegger's Lectures on Holderlin." Neohelicon 21 (1994), 71-86.
Pettingell, Phoebe. "Poetic Jekylls and Hydes." Review of Dr. Johnson and Mr. Savage, by Richard Holmes and The Fading Smile: Poets in Boston, from Robert Frost to Robert Lowell to Sylvia Plath, 1955-1960, by Peter Davidson. New Leader 10 Oct. 1994: 14-15.
Includes biography of Shelley.
Pfaus, Geraldine N. "Shelley's Revolutionary Drama." Diss. of Texas, Austin, DAI 54 (1994): 3045A.
Pfister, Manfred. Teachable Poems from Sting to Shelley. Heidelberg: C. Winter, 1994.
Pon, Cynthia. Negativity, Transition, and Crossing: Communication of Differences in the Poetry of Shelley, Hoderlin and Baudelaire. Diss. U of Michigan, 1994. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1996.
Porter, Peter. Percy Bysshe Shelley. Great English Poets Ser. New York: Crown P Group, 1994.
Price, A.W. "Shelley, Plato and the Political Imagination." Platonism and the English Imagination. Eds. Anna Baldwin and Sarah Hutton. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1994.
Purinton, Marjean D. Romantic Ideology Unmasked: The Mentally Constructed Tyrannies in Dramas of William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, and Joanna Baillie. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1994.
Quinn, Mary A. Review of The Prose Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume I by E.B. Murray. WC 25 (1994), 253-56.
Rabkin, Eric S. "The Male Body in Science Fiction." Michigan Quarterly Review (1994), 203-16.
Rabkin asserts that the male body depicted in the science fiction genre is the site of anxiety. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein was the first work of this type. It was written by an anxious, isolated, as-yet unmarried mother searching for community.
Raisada, Harish. "Shelley's Radical Humanism." AJES 16 (1994), 64-87.
Rajan, Tilottama. "Mary Shelley's Mathilda: Melancholy and the Political Economy of Romanticism." SN 26 (1994), 43-68.
---. "'The Web of Human Things': Narrative and Identity in Alastor." Ed. David L. Clark and Donald C. Goellnicht. New Romanticism: Theory and Critical Practice. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1994. 27-51.
Reichardt, Jasia. "Artificial Life and the Myth of Frankenstein." Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity, Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994. 136-57.
Rende, Carol Anne. "Anne Rice's Recreation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein." Diss. West Chester U, 1994.
Richardson, Alan. "From Emile to Frankenstein: The Education of Monsters." Literature, Education, and Romanticism: Reading as Social Practice, 1780-1832. Ed. Alan Richardson. New York: Cambridge UP, 1994.
Ring, Jennifer. Rev. of A Vindication of Political Virtue: The Political Theory of Mary Wollstonecraft, by Virginia Sapiro. Journal of Politics 56 (1994), 543-5.
Roberts, Hugh John. "'The Boundless Realm of Unending Change': Shelley and the Politics of Poetry." Diss. McGill U, 1994.
Rogers, Michael. "Classic Returns." Review of The Essential Frankenstein: The DefinitiveEdition of Mary Shelley's Classic Novel, ed. Leonard Wolf. LJ Jan. 1994: 172.
---. "Classic Returns." Review of Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, afterword by Howard Bloom, Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, illustrations by Barry Moser, afterword by Joyce Carol Oates, and The Last Man, by Mary Shelley. LJ 15 Nov. 1994: 93.
Ruefle, Mary. "The Death of Shelley." Ploughshares 20 (1994), 166. A poem.
Sailer, Wolfram. Wissen, Arbeit and Liebe in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Studien Zur Romantischen Mythenumdeutung. Essen: Verlag Die Blaue Eule, 1994.
Saldivar, Toni. Rev. of Shelley's Goddess: Maternity, Language, Subjectivity, by Barbara C. Gelpi. SHR 28 (1994), 190-92.
Santagostino, Federica. "Storia e Fiction in Perkin Warbeck di Mary Shelley." Confronto Letterario: Querderni del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Moderne dell'Fasano di Puglia 11.21 (1994), 111-18.
Sayres, William G. "Compounding the Crime: Ingratitude and the Murder Conviction of Justine Moritz in Frankenstein." ELN 31 (1994), 48-54.
Schefer, Jean-Louis. "The Bread and the Blood." Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity, Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion, 1994. 177-92.
Frankenstein and Dracula are compared and then portrayed as novels that explore human goals and Aspirations. Schefer also examines the conflicting guilt of Frankenstein as he grapples with the decision to correct or destroy his creation.
Schickel, Richard. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir, Kenneth Branagh. Time 7 Nov. 1994: 73.
Schlig, Michael Steven. "The Mirror Metaphor in Modern Spanish Literary Aesthetics." Diss. U of Texas at Austin, 1994. Includes a discussion of Shelley's use of mirrors as metaphor.
Schroth, Randall Evans. A Pantheon of Dragons: Images of Vermicular Monstrance in English Literature from "Beowulf" through "The Cantos". Diss. U of Colorado, 1994, Ann Arbor: DAI, 1994.
Shelly, Bryan. Shelley and Scripture: The Interpreting Angel. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.
Sheen, Michael, narr. Great Poets of the Romantic Age. Audiocassette. Naxos Audiobooks, 1994.
Including works by Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Shelley, Bryan. Shelley and Scripture: The Interpreting Angel. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1994.
Shelley, Mary. Frankenstein. Ed. Marilyn Butler. Oxford World Classic ed. New York: OUP, 1994.
---. Frankenstein: Mary Shelley. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press, 1994.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe. The Complete Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley. 1994 Modern Library ed. New York: Modern Library, 1994.
---. The Defence of Poetry Fair Copies: A Facsimile of Bodleian Manuscripts. .Shelley e.6 and adds.d.8. Ed. Michael O'Neill. The Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts Vol. 20. New York: Garland, 1994.
---. Drafts for Laon & Cythna, Cantos V-XII: Bodleian Manuscripts Shelley adds.e.10. Ed. Stephen E. Jones. The Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts Vol. 17. New York: Garland, 1994.
---. The Hellas Notebook: Bodleian Manuscript Shelley adds. e.7. Ed. Donald H. Reiman and Michael J Neth. The Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts Vol. 16. New York: Garland, 1994.
---. Percy Bysshe Shelley. New York: C.N. Potter, 1994.
---. Percy Bysshe Shelley: Selected Poems. London: Bloomsbury Classics, 1994.
---. Percy Bysshe Shelley: Selected Poems. New York: Gramercy Books, 1994.
---. Shelley's 1819-1821 Huntington Notebook. Ed. Mary A. Quinn. Manuscripts of the Younger Romantics & the Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts Vol. 6. New York: Garland, 1994.
---. Treasury of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Read by Robert Eddison and Robert Speaight. Audiocassette. Musical Heritage Society, 1994.
---. Usueh-lai shu ch'ing shih hsuan. Trans. Hsi-ling Yang. Ed. Yao-te Lin. Taipei: Kuei Kuan t'u shu ku fen hy hsien kung ssu, 1994.
Translation of selected Shelley poems into Chinese.
Shullenberger, William. Rev. of The Other Mary Shelley: Beyond Frankenstein, by Audrey A. Fisch. C&L 43 (1994), 241-45.
Siano, Brian. "Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed: Chasing the Monster of TV Violence." Humanist 54 (1994), 20-5.
TV violence, like Dr. Frankenstein, creates monsters.
Silver, Alain. More Things Than are Dreamt of : Masterpieces of Supernatural Horror, from Mary Shelley to Stephen King. New York: Limelight Editions, 1994.
Simmons, Eileen A. "'Frankenstein' for the Twenty-First Century: An Exploration of Contemporary Issues." EJ 83 (1994), 30-32.
Siskin, Clifford. "Eighteenth Century Periodicals and the Romantic Rise of the Novel." SN 26 (1994), 26-42.
Looks at the conditions contributing to the rise of desire for fiction, especially fictional novels, in the latter 18th century. Siskin portrays William Godwin as an innovative author of the period who played a part in creating a new kind of "involved" reader.
Smith, Andrew. "The Gothic Sublime: A Study of the Changing Function of Sublimity in Representations of Subjectivity in Nineteenth Century Fantasy Fiction." Diss. U of Southampton, 1994.
Smith, Crosbie. "Frankenstein and Natural Magic." Ed. Stephen Bann. Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity. London: Reaktion, 1994. 39-59.
Smith, Jessica Ann. "The Politics of Audience: Tyranny and Dialogism in the Poetry of Shelley." Diss. Cornell U, 1994.
Snodgrass, Jeffrey L. "Reason, Analysis, Imagination, and Synthesis: Shelley'sInventive Paradigm." Thesis, M.A. St. Cloud State U, 1994.
Stocking, Marion K., ed. The Clairmont Correspondences: Letters of Claire Clairmont, Charles Clairmont, and Fanny Imlay Godwin. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994.
Stoneman, Patsy. Rev. of The Mary Shelley Reader, Containing Frankenstein, Mathilda, Tales and Stories, Essays and Reviews, and Letters. RES 45 (1994), 118-19.
Suarez, Gonzalo. Remando al Viento. Gijon: Sociedad Mixta de Turismo y Festejos de Gijon, 1994. Symposium on the Bicentenary of the Birth of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Romantic Discourses: Papers Delivered at the Symposium on the Bicentenary of the Birth of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Ahrenshoop, October 2-5, 1992. Essen: Verlag Die Blaue Eule, 1994.
Thorpe, Doug. "The Mall of America." Parabola 19 (1994), 25-9.
The writer compares the creation of a huge shopping center with the doubles created in the stories of Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll.
Three Classic Horror Stories. Read by Jonathan Hyde, Richard E. Grant, and Richard Pasco. Audiocassette. Penguin Audiobooks, 1994.
Three Faces of Evil: Frankenstein, Dracula, and Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. Laserdisc. Queue, Inc., 1994.
Travers, Peter. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. Rolling Stone 1 Dec. 1994, 131-2.
The True Story of Frankenstein. Prod. Zora Brown. Host Roger Moore. Narr. Eli Wallach. Vidiocassette. A&E Home Video, 1994.
Trott, Nicola. Rev. of Romantic Androgyny; The Women Within, by Diane Long Hoeveler. RES 45 (1994), 114-5.
Vandenberg, David Duane. "Reading the Book of Nature in E.T.A. Hoffman, Herman Melville and Mary Shelley." Diss. U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1994.
Wagenknecht, David, ed. "Romanticism and its Public (a Symposium)." SIR 33 (1994), 523-88.
A special issue on Romanticism containing the publication of a forum presented at the 1993 MLA convention which explores the "protean shapes of the public realm" of Britain between 1780 and 1830 and how the multi-faceted public created Romanticism.
Wagner, Jennifer A. "'I am Cast as a Monster': Shelley's Frankenstein and the Haunting of Howard Brenton's Bloody Poetry." MD 3 (1994), 588-602.
Wall, Shelley. "Baffled Narrative in Julian and Maddalo." New Romanticism: Theory and Critical Practice. Ed. David L. Clark and Donald C. Goellnicht. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1994. 52-66.
Walpole, Horace, William Beckford, Matthew Lewis, and Mary Shelley. Four Gothic Novels. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1994.
Ward, Geoff. Romantic Literature: A Guide to Romantic Literature, 1780-1830. London: Bloomsbury, 1994.
Weinstone, Ann. "Resisting Monsters: Notes on Solaris." SFS 21 (1994), 173-90.
Weisman, Karen A. Imageless Truths: Shelley's Poetic Fictions. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1994.
White, Deborah Elise. "Action, Suffering, and Allegory: Shelley's 'Revolt of Islam.'" Diss. Yale U, 1993. DAI 54 (1994): 4454A.
White, R.S. Review. of Paradise Lost and the Romantic Reader, by Lucy Newlyn. N&Q 41 (1994), 400-01.
Milton's text seen as sufficiently ambivalent to inspire those of opposed ideologies, such as Shelley and Burke.
Wilson, Carol Shiner and Joel Haefner, eds. Revisioning Romaniticism: British Women Writers, 1776-1837. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1994.
History and criticism of Romantic female writers, including Mary Shelley.
Wilson, Daniel. "'Applaud the Deed': The Theatre of Lyricism in Shelley's Adonais." WC 25 (1994), 10-14.
Witchel, Alex. Rev. of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, dir. Kenneth Branagh. New York Times 9 Nov. 1994, late ed.: C1.
Wolfson, Susan J. Rev. of Romantic Corresponding; Women, Politics, and the Fiction of Letters. TSWL 13 (1994), 387-407.
The book reviewed focuses on Mary Wollstonecraft's Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. Favret describes the shift from sentimental letters to political letters and their impact on literary texts.
Wordsworth, Jonathan. Romantic Women Writers. Kendal: Wordsworth Trust, 1994.
Zaidi, Zahida. "Contemporary of Prometheus Unbound." AJES 16 (1994), 88-104.
Zimmerman, Donald M. "Locke, Wordsworth, and Shelley: UnLocke-ing the Substance of the Immortality Ode and Mont Blanc." Diss. U of South Carolina, 1994.
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