Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was a call to question our understanding of what a monster is. Can a human being be a monster? Can a monster be human? With Jeanette Winterson’s literary adaptation, Frankissstein, the answer becomes a bit clearer.
Reading Gabriel García Márquez was confusing and difficult for a literature student, especially when the Colombian writer attributed his magical fiction to reality. It took a lesser-read book of his to make things clearer.