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The image of Frankenstein’s creature shambling, arms out, in a mindless drive toward destruction departs from the novel’s more sympathetic rendering of the monster’s deep anger and pain at being rejected by those meant to love him. And yet, though the film insists upon the monster’s fundamental criminality, Karloff’s subtle performance allows us the slightest glimpses of deeper emotions, hinting at the coexistence of monstrosity and tenderness within him.</p> <p> </p> <p>The film’s 1935 sequel, Bride of Frankenstein, expands on these themes by raising the possibility of the creature’s finding companionship in another such as himself. 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As a new Glasscock Center initiative, Humanities: Land Sea Space will catalyze innovative research across a variety of disciplines and contexts at Texas A&M and beyond, and contribute to current debates in the environmental humanities, blue/marine humanities, geohumanities, energy humanities, and public humanities. The aim of this forum is to explore research and ideas for the new initiative.</span>", "department": "Melbern G. 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As a new Glasscock Center initiative, Humanities: Land Sea Space will catalyze innovative research across a variety of disciplines and contexts at Texas A&M and beyond, and contribute to current debates in the environmental humanities, blue/marine humanities, geohumanities, energy humanities, and public humanities. The aim of this forum is to explore research and ideas for the new initiative.</span>", "department": "Melbern G. 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