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Professor Lilla Crisafulli will discuss "Rewriting the Body, Reconstructing the World in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein."(4/25)

On April 25 at 5:30pm in Sanders Classroom Auditorium, Professor Lilla Crisafulli of the University of Bologna will discuss the seminal novel by Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, a work now celebrating its bicentennial.

Crisafulli is a professor of English at the University of Bologna in Italy and the longtime director of an ongoing institute for the study of Romantic literature. She will speak about one of the seminal works in English Romantic literature, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Sponsored by the English Department.

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Posted by Office of Communications Tuesday, April 2, 2019