The Resource Mary Shelley and the Birth of Science Fiction
- Mary Shelley and the Birth of Science Fiction
- Kick off your adventure into science fiction by clearly defining what science fiction is, and more importantly, what science fiction is not. Learn how science fiction is distinguished from—yet often confused with—other literary genres such as fantasy and horror. Take a look at the concept of the “monster” through horror, fantasy, and science fiction to help define the differences in the genres. Explore what is often considered the first science fiction novel: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
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- Originally produced by The Great Courses in 2016
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- In English
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- live action
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