With Shelley's moving words, they form an eerie illustration of creator and creation lashed together by the moral repercussions of the immensity of fashioning life from nothing. Dr. Frankenstein is kneeling in abject grief at the realization of the atrocious fiend he has spawned. Behind him stands his monster, a symbol of the eternal burden he must bear and the everlasting responsibility he holds towards this creature with its own soul, torments, fears, and passions. With the original words from Frankenstein, they capture the idea of the soul and its presence in both the Dr. and his miscreation. Frankenstein is much more than a tragic tale about a scientist and his monster; it is a deep account that causes every reader to question humanity. This poster will enthrall you with its depiction of man and monster - so different in every visual way yet bound by the similarities of their inner souls.
- Museum quality paper
- Archival ink lasts for generations
- Poster is created using the entire text of the book
- Material: Satin paper
- Made in the USA
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