Glut, Donald F. The Frankenstein Catalog.
Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland and Co., 1984.
First Edition. 8vo. Publisher’s red cloth titled in white to spine and front board. Minor edgewear and scuffing, a very good copy indeed. 525pp. Internally clean and fresh. A very comprehensive, albeit pre-New Research Era catalogue (or Concordance if you want to be epic about it) of the novels, adaptations, parodies, poetry, homages, musical works, popular articles and critical works inspired by the story written by a beleaguered teenage woman that created multiple fantastic tropes, changed the face of the novel, and generally gave everyone permission to just dream bigger and weirder. Definitely falls into the category of one of those reference works that always has something new to teach you no matter how often you dip into it. From the library of the astonishing Richard Dalby, with his attendant ephemera.Frankenstein was the Doctor, this is the Catalogue.