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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein radically changed relationships between science and literature when it was published in 1818. But the novel itself radically changed when Shelley revised it for a new edition in 1831. Join three teachers and scholars of British Romanticism as they discuss how the appearance, content, and significance of the first work of science fiction were reborn just thirteen years after the monster was brought to life. (Chris Washington, Francis Marion University; Tony Jarrells, University of South Carolina; Jeanne Britton, University of South Carolina)