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Frankenstein Pulled Into Campus 'Snowflake' Warfare

Also in the news: "Cat Person" author Kristen Roupenian sells a horror movie, and we learn a lot (too much?) about cannibalism. It's your Daily Blunt!

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Jill Lepore on Shelley's Frankenstein as Memoir

Also in the news: Monica Lewinsky finally faces Ken Starr, and the stars of "Broad City" raise money for Girls Write Now. It's your Daily Blunt!

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200 Years Later, We're Still Learning from Frankenstein: The 1818 Text

Even two centuries later, the 1818 text of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein contains many valuable life lessons about creation, birth, and humankind.

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Another Year, Another Maddaddam TV Series Attempt

Also in the news: S.E. Hinton's new attitude, and the personal pain Mary Shelley poured into Frankenstein. It's your Daily Blunt!

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24 Best Books to Gift to the Strong Feminist in Your Life

For the feminist book-lover in your life, consider gifting one of these selections in fields that range from history to graphic novels.

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Scare-Ware: Try These Horror Tales Composed By AI

Robots try to terrorize us, Roxane Gay tackles the "Tiny House" craze, and much more in today's news roundup. It's your Daily Blunt!