Classic Friday #6: Frankenstein


Classic Friday

Welcome to Classic Friday with Nisha Moodley, your monthly journey into Classic authors and their Literature!

Nisha MoodleyNisha is a South African writer, blogger, amateur historian, mystery-chaser and former ghost-hunter who, with a completed collection of short-stories under her belt, is currently working on her first full-length novel.

I hope you enjoy this ‘Classic Friday’ entry and I’ll be back next month for some more.


NB. Because Nisha is busy with exams this month she would like her readers to please note that the following piece is an old post from her own site, so it may well feel familiar to some of you. She will be back in June with a completely new piece. 



Frankenstein 1In the summer of 1816, a couple holidayed with their friends at Lake Geneva in Switzerland. The man, Percy, despite being married to…

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8 thoughts on “Classic Friday #6: Frankenstein

  1. nelle says:

    Interesting as always!

  2. beckyday6 says:

    Hey Nisha, how are the exams and your course going?! Hope you’re well! 🙂

    • Nisha says:

      Last week was hectic as I had two papers-one day after the other! I only have one more left which is on Thursday. Thanks for asking, Beckster, didn’t you write as well?

      • beckyday6 says:

        Eeesh I hate it when deadlines collide like that, it’s so stressful! That’s the thing with education, so many of the deadlines are around the same time instead of being spread out! Ohh that’s good, nearly done then! Will that be your whole course done so that you can start the teaching one in September….? I’m finished until September as I just finished my last exam, whoopieeeeeeee.
        No problem, always interested to hear how you’re getting on. 🙂 Didn’t I write what? Lol. 🙂

      • Nisha says:

        Sorry I meant, didn’t you write exams as well. I saw something on FB about your Psych marks but wasn’t sure if you were writing now at the moment too.
        I still have 4 more pre-requisite modules to get through(which I will be registering for in July), so I only start the teaching course next year. Our semesters are slightly different here. Our study year begins in January, then 1st semester exams are in May/June. 2nd semester starts in August and final exams are in October/November. I will let you know how it all goes, and enjoy your long break… 🙂

  3. Martin Shone says:

    Busy busy busy 🙂

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