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Frankenstein's Aunt Returns

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Language: English
Subject: Doctor Septimus Pretorius, Frankenstein, Frankenstein's Aunt (novel), Fritz (Frankenstein), Frankenstein 80
Collection: 1989 Novels, Fantasy Novels, Swedish Novels, Swedish-Language Novels, Works Based on Frankenstein
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Frankenstein's Aunt Returns

Frankenstein's Aunt Returns
Hodder & Stoughton edition 1990
Author Allan Rune Pettersson
Original title Frankensteins faster - igen!
Country Sweden
Publication date
Preceded by Frankenstein's Aunt

Frankenstein's Aunt Returns is a novel by Allan Rune Pettersson that was first published in Sweden in 1989. The book is a sequel to the first book Frankenstein's Aunt. The story is about Franklin (named after Benjamin Franklin), a child created by Doctor Frankenstein with the help of Doctor Pretorius for the monster and his bride. The child is inventive like his namesake and has a talent for practical jokes. This leads again to conflicts with the villagers, who are far from happy to have another monster in their midst.

See also


  • Allan Rune Pettersson: Frankenstein's Aunt Returns, ISBN 0-340-53244-0

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