Why re-read through the classics? Aren't they irrelvant, difficult to read, and a part of history that needs to be shelved in an outdated library? No.
IMO, the classics can teach us new lessons at every stage of life. They are a window into another time, and a reminder that although circumstances may change, the human condition does not.
How did I consume Frankenstein? I alternated betwen listening to Dan Steven's magnetic rendition on Audible and a good old fashioned hard copy I procured at B/N for a few bucks.
Summary of novel: Frankenstein tells the story of gifted scientist Victor Frankenstein who succeeds in giving life to a being of his own creation. However, this is not the perfect specimen he imagines that it will be, but rather a hideous creature who is rejected by Victor and mankind in general. The Monster seeks its revenge through murder and terror. From bbc.co.uk
Here are my Timeless Top Ten Lessons from Frankenstein: