Frankenstein Day is an annual holiday celebrated on August 30, Mary Shelley's birthday, in celebration of her novel Frankenstein.
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was born on August 30, 1797. She wrote the novel Frankenstein in 1816, and published it in 1818. The holiday Frankenstein Day was created to honor Mary Shelly and Frankenstein, every year on the anniversary of her birthday. Frankenstein Day has also been known as National Frankenstein Day.
No one today has ever known or seen the image of Frankenstein through websites, books, stories. And especially for novelists, Frankenstain cannot be unknown. A famous, famous novel of Shelley. An immortal novel. until the 21st century, the image of Frankenstein's corpse still appears in Halloween shows. That novel has been repeatedly adapted into a film.
The story of Frankenstein - a work that has become immortal in cinemas and theaters
Frankenstein is also considered the first science fiction novel, a Gothic horror story (a mix of horror and romance), a tragic love story and a parable.
All are placed in a tragic story. The two central tragedies of the story - one is the danger and oversight when 'playing with God', one is the abandonment of the birth and society - still exists in today's social reality.
The crackle of electricity, and the patter of rain drops on the stone walls and terracotta roof give an eerie feeling when combined with the dank laboratory that houses various experiments. Give yourself a bit of liquid courage, and step forward to embrace a little bit of darkness in Frankenstein Day.
So what should you do on this gloomy day?
Of course you have to know how the Frankensteinnovel has content. Please read through the website or watch movies, regardless of how all the content can access this story. What do you think about horror masks? Should we give a horror gift this day to our relatives ?