Frankenstein is a novel created by English author Mary Shelley. Its genre is divided as horror, science-fiction, and historical. Frankenstein is an antique model about an expert who produces a monster and the terrible events he accidentally grounds. Victor Frankenstein is a meticulous undeveloped man at university who realises how to give life to a non-living body and uses his knowledge to produce a man-monster.
Both Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein tell cautionary tales of scientists abusing their creative powers to exist in another sphere where they cannot be directly blamed for their actions. The desire to make history to discover what remains undiscovered, or to know what remains unknown is a timeless human goal. Although many have failed to realize this dream, a very few have been wildly successful in its pursuit.
After a successful defibrillation effort, team members do not have time to dwell on the line crossed from death to life. Despite these dramatic hospital scenes, many scientists, doctors and patients balk at any mention of the words Frankenstein and medicine in the same breath. John Polidori amid extensive storms induced by volcanic ash during the so-called year without a summer.