Frankenstein Adaptations: Jane Webb Loudon’s The Mummy! – Professor Lisa Hopkins

Artwork Slide

Sun 21st October 2:00pm - 3:00pm

The Mummy! (1827) is one of the earliest, most interesting responses to Frankenstein. It explores the idea of atheism in Mary Shelley’s novel, in which a man gives life to a new creature. Lisa Hopkins discusses Loudon’s entertaining novel which includes the reanimation of an Egyptian mummy and is a principled comment on Frankenstein.

Tickets (In Advance)

£5/£4 (concs)

Tickets (On the Door)

£6/£5 (concs)

Venue

Samuel Worth Chapel, Sheffield General Cemetery, Cemetery Avenue, S11 8NT

Age

16+

Disabled Access?

Yes

Family Event?

No

Festival theme
Frankenstein 200
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