Saturday, October 28, 2023 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Coshocton County District Library - Large Meeting Room
Mary Shelley's 1818 novel Frankenstein towers over Western literature as one of the most influential novels ever written and science's most enduring myth. Technologies of artificial intelligence, laboratory fertilization, cloning, and titanium body parts make Shelley's monster more relevant with each passing decade. Frankenstein also launched the horror and science fiction genres that have dominated popular culture for two centuries, developing into the monster-in-the-house tradition of Psycho and serial-killer movies.
This partnership program is provided with support from the Coshocton Friends of the Library and the Ohio Humanities Council.
- Event Type(s): Adult
- Age Group(s): Adult, Senior
- Presenter: Linda Mizejewski, Ohio Humanities Council
- Adult Services Department
- (740) 622-0956