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The Invisible Girl
The Invisible Girl | Mary Shelley
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Mary Shelley was an English writer best known for the classic gothic novel Frankenstein which has been adapted into film many times. This edition of The Invisible Girl includes a table of contents.
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elizabethlk
The Invisible Girl | Mary Shelley
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The Invisible Girl by Mary Shelley has a lot of solid Gothic lit stuff going for, and Shelley's special political touch adding class issues really adds to this one. It may not be to everyone's taste, but it is a good read. You can read my full review in the link. #litereads

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elizabethlk
The Invisible Girl | Mary Shelley
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Stories like The Invisible Girl are the pinnacle of Gothic stories. What do you think of how Shelley uses Gothic tropes in this story? Did it improve the story in your eyes, or did you dislike it? #litereads

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elizabethlk
The Invisible Girl | Mary Shelley
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Some readers will find this to be their first Mary Shelley reading experience, and others will have read some of her other short stories or novels. How does The Invisible Girl compare to what you expected? How does your experience or lack thereof make a difference to you in that regard?
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elizabethlk
The Invisible Girl | Mary Shelley
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The newest #litereads selection is Mary Shelley's The Invisible Girl. I hope everyone finds something to enjoy in this classic gothic short story. You can find links to read it in the full post in the link.

https://wp.me/p9KSXu-7y