Talk Of The Nation Book Club Of The Air

Join Ray Suarez for the Talk of the Nation Book Club of the Air. This month's selection, Frankenstein , is a meditation on what it means to be human, and how scientific developments were changing what that meant. Tune in to discuss one of the most memorable works in the history of English Literature with listeners from around the nation and around the world. Guests: Leonard Wolf Editor The Essential Frankenstein (Plume, 1993) Historical and Critical Consultant Kenneth Branagh's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Author The Essential Dracula (Plume 1993) Horror: A Connoisseur's Guide to Literature and Film (Facts on File, 1989) Listeners call in

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