Watch ‘Frankenreads’ from the Library of Congress

Oct 31, 2018

Happy Halloween! Live from the Library of Congress, enjoy a reading of the novel, Frankenstein. The live stream began at 7 a.m. MDT, but there’s plenty of Mary Shelley’s horror yet to be heard.

From the LOC:

[su_quote]It has been 200 years since English novelist Mary Shelley captured our imagination with the Gothic classic “Frankenstein.” Watch LIVE as the Library of Congress hosts “Frankenreads,” a Bloomsday-style public read-athon of the novel in its entirety on Oct. 31, beginning at 9AM ET, in the Library’s Main Reading Room. The event is part of a global celebration of nearly 600 partners in 49 countries participating in “Frankenreads” events during Frankenstein Week, Oct. 26- Oct. 31. The excitement can be followed on Twitter at @Events_LOC and #Frankenreads.[/su_quote]

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