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In the book, Frankenstein is the name of the creator of the monster. In popular movies and culture, Frankenstein is often referred to as the __________________.

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What is the biggest difference between the Frankenstein we encounter in popular movies and the one in Mary Shelley's book? Besides intelligence what else could I say. Thanks

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