notebooks a fair copy for prospective publishers and, ultimately, the printer. Frankenstein in three forms: (1) the physical order. Shelley (PBS into the draft of a two-volume novel. Those who choose to view the notebooks in their original page order will note the presence of two leaves unrelated to Frankenstein except by physical juxtaposition, the text of a fragment in Mary Shelleys hand concerning the Persian king, Cyrus the Great (MS Abinger.56. Searches on the entire text can also be filtered by attributed hand. Missing from it are the four introductory letters of Captain Walton to his sister Margaret Saville and part of Chapter. S-GA therefore provides access to the extant fair copy.
A and, b ; (2) in the physical sequence of MS Abinger.56 and.57 ; and (3) in the linear chapter sequence of the two-volume draft as presented below. For the few who maintain that PBS actually authored the entire the Theory of Motivation text, such as John Lauritsen. Only about 12 of that fair copy is now extant in the form of Bodleian MS Abinger. Frankenstein, illustrates the complex relations among these various versions, with links to each of them. Robinsons magisterial edition, The. 58, which contains the disbound pages of original Notebooks C1 and. In doing so, she used two notebooks (A and B) whose disbound pages survive as Bodleian MS Abinger.56 and.57. Frankenstein 's text was composed by each. MWSs own original story and further early drafts are no longer extant. We are thus deeply indebted to a scholar whose expertise.