Frankenstein (3)
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Frankenstein (3)
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Frankenstein (3)
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Frankenstein (3)
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Frankenstein (3)

Publication Date: May 11, 2015

Chapter: English Literature During The Romantic Period

Young Victor lurrrrrves electricity. You probably guessed that part already. Not much to say about that.

We may, however, have some new readers today! HELLO, NEW READERS. If you wanna read more, try popping over the index and just searching for some lit you like? If you'd like more of a guided tour, here's some good starting points:

First, you can just go to the very beginning! The archive begins with the middle ages, and you'll quickly run into fun series of strips based on Beowulf and Arthurian Legend. Afterwards, you've got another 600 something strips to keep enjoying.

Second, you could check out the Sixteeth Century! Start with Spenser's Faerie Queene before moving into Kit Marlowe and keep going to see - of course - Shakespeare!

Two fan favorite series of comics pop up in the 17th Century, with the Blazing World, followed closely by Paradise Lost!

Moving closer and closer to modern English, why not take a look at Gulliver's Travels, followed by the Rape of the Lock and the Beggar's Opera?

That brings us to our current look at the Romantic Period, starting with the totally metal Rime of the Ancient Mariner.

No matter what course you take, I hope you enjoy your stay here at Lit Brick. It's pretty dumb, but lots of fun. And be sure to pop into the comments and say hello!

Author: Mary Shelley • Year: 1818 • Info: Wikipedia

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Lit Brick is a comic started by Jodie Troutman in an effort to read the entire Norton Anthology of English Literature. Having eventually succeeded in that goal, it now features comics about all manner of random literature. For more of Jodie's work, visit troutcave.net!

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