Frankenstein's Laboratory

Title

Frankenstein's Laboratory

Subject

Speculative Fiction
Science Fiction

Description

An old science type open space with a gurney and some sheets, and some assorted vials and bottles. The laboratory can represent setting, as the place where Frankenstein is created (place).
The space where the transformation from death to life was initiated.
This setting sets the tone for the rest of the book, in terms of implications to science and humans vs. "the other", or technology.

Creator

Mary Shelley

Source

Frankenstein

Publisher

Project Gutenburg

Date

January 1, 1818

Contributor

Kendra Cary

Relation

The Laboratory in which Dr. Frankenstein created the monster and where the monster tasked him to make him a companion

Language

English

Type

Speculative Fiction

Identifier

Frankenstein's Laboratory
Apartment
Labritory
Science
Experiment

Coverage

Originates in the manor where Frankenstein lives
Geneva
1818
19th Century
Science & Technology

Files

lab.jpg

Citation

Mary Shelley, “Frankenstein's Laboratory,” The Museum of Fictional Literary Artifacts, accessed June 17, 2024, https://mfla.omeka.net/items/show/376.