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How beautifully dramatic.

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The crudest, savage, exhibition
of nature at her worst, without,

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and we three, we elegant three, within.

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I should like to think
that an irate Jehovah

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was pointing those arrows
of lightning directly at my head.

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The unbowed head of George Gordon,
Lord Byron, England's greatest sinner.

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But I cannot flatter
myself to that extent.

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Possibly those thunders
are for our dear Shelley.

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Heaven's applause
for England's greatest poet.

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- What of my Mary?
- She is an angel.

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- You think so?

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You hear?

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Come, Mary. Come and watch the storm.

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You know how lightning alarms me.

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Shelley, darling, will you please
light these candles for me?

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Mary, darling.

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Astonishing creature.

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- I, Lord Byron? - Frightened of
thunder, fearful of the dark.

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And yet you have written a tale
that sent my blood into icy creeps.

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Look at her, Shelley. Can you believe that
lovely brow conceived of Frankenstein?

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A monster created from
cadavers out of rifled graves.

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- Isn't it astonishing?
- I don't know why you should think so.

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What do you expect?

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Such an audience needs something
stronger than a pretty little love story.

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So why shouldn't I write of monsters?

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No wonder Murray's refused to publish
the book. His public would be shocked.

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It will be published, I think.

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Then, darling, you will have
much to answer for.

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The publishers did not see that
my purpose was to write a moral lesson

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of the punishment that befell
a mortal man who dared to emulate God.

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Whatever your purpose was, I take great
relish in savouring each separate horror.

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I roll them over on my tongue.

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Don't, Lord Byron.
Don't remind me of it tonight.

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What a setting in that
churchyard to begin with!

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The sobbing women, the first clod of earth
on the coffin. That was a pretty chill.

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Frankenstein and the dwarf stealing
the body out of its new-made grave.

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Cutting the hanged man down from the
gallows, where he swung in the wind.

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The cunning of Frankenstein
in his mountain laboratory,

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picking dead men apart and
building up a human monster

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