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A term referring to various aspects of Frankenstein
adjective Referring to any enterprise—a ‘Frankenstein’—that circumvents or expands beyond the mechanisms designed to control it
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By way of illustration, had the Iron Giant accidentally killed Hogarth like Frankenstein's monster accidentally kills Maria, one senses that the metal monster would have suffered the same grim fate as his forebear.
He supports his arguments with examples such as the Pemberley family gallery in Austen's Pride and Prejudice, printed portraits of working men and women, and Frankenstein's monster, which is itself a gigantic, living portrait.
Who would have thought that, at the peak of the conservative movement's political success, its founding fathers would recoil from the Frankenstein's monster they created and end up as troubled heretics?
Every time they bring Frankenstein's monster back, it just gets worse.
The cells can come from the same animal or from different species, thereby creating a chip version of Frankenstein's monster.
Along the way, guests must traverse an unstable 50-foot bridge overlooking a dark laboratory where Frankenstein's Monster, shaking violently, is suspended upon a slab and the hideous figure of Igor swings erratically from a giant rope.
WORKS OF ART Clockwise from left, Han Solo, Peter Cushing in Van Helsing, an American Werewolf and Frankenstein's Monster FILM LOVER Al Elliott with some of the film set memorabilia that he has made and will be showing at an exhibition today
In the tradition of Frankenstein's monster, Ben Horton has a cohort of mis-fired misfits combining to fight the good fight against a scientist who is bent on world domination through his production of horrifically modified warriors.
But protestors from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) were demonstrating outside the show amid claims that pedigree bre e ders are "creating a Frankenstein's monster of a dog".
He kicks off the Dracula-inspired meal with Blood Risotto, which is followed by Frankenstein's monster.
Despite the fact that he resembles Frankenstein's monster, Almunia is actually more like Dracula - he doesn't like crosses.