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Wow I need to get off this Frankenstein kick. Frankenstein does not approve

Giovanni Aldini was an Italian physicist and the nephew of Luigi Galvani. Aldini might be best known for his public demonstration on galvanism, the stimulation of muscle tissue with an electrical current, pioneered by his uncle. His public demonstration in London in 1803 used the corpse of the executed criminal George Foster.

smithsonianlibraries: “Giovanni Aldini was an Italian physicist and the nephew of Luigi Galvani. Aldini might be best known for his public demonstration on galvanism, the stimulation of muscle tissue.

Professor Sharon Ruston surveys the scientific background to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, considering contemporary investigations into resuscitation, galvanism, and the possibility of states between life and death.

On 1 January 1818 Frankenstein was published. Image: Theodor von Holst, frontispiece to the 1831 edition.

See what was inspiring Mary Shelley when she wrote Frankenstein.... Galvanism

The dead brought back to life by galvanism. The word galvanism was replaced by electricity in the mid En esta teoría se basó Mary Shelley para escribir Frankenstein.

Professor Sharon Ruston surveys the scientific background to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, considering contemporary investigations into resuscitation, galvanism and the possibility of states between life and death.

Galvani, The Effects of Artificial Electricity on Muscular Motion [page: Tabula…

Benedict Cumberbatch Jonny Lee Miller the creature national theatre Victor Frankenstein danny boyle's frankenstein

(gif) Frankenstein by Nick Dear based on the novel by Mary Shelly directed by Danny Boyle. With Benedict Cumberbatch as The Creature, Johnny Lee Miller as Victor Frankenstein . Opens at The Olivier Theatre at The Royal National Theatre on on

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Penny Dreadful "Predators Far and Near"

Illustrations for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Frankenstein is possibly my favourite book ever, I love how the flowery prose and heavy romantic influences combine with the gruesome plot. I wanted to draw it a bit differently - giving a very vague,...

Illustrations for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Frankenstein is possibly my favourite book ever, I love how the flowery prose and heavy romantic influences combine with the gruesome plot. I wanted to draw it a bit differently - giving a very vague,.

Marc Quinn

Marc Quinn stands beside a display case containing a model of his own head made from frozen blood at The National Portrait in London