Frankenstein as guiding light

Add Mary Shelley's novel to the list of things that can help save the world.

After Mary Shelley published the novel Frankenstein in 1818, John Wilson Croker, reviewing it in the Quarterly Review, wrote, “Our taste and our judgment alike revolt at this kind of writing, and the greater the ability with which it may be executed the worse it is—it inculcates no lesson of conduct, manners, or morality.”

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