From David Plunkert's Mary Shelley Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus: The 200th Anniversary Edition. Beverly, MA: Rockport, 2018.
Online versions of the novel
This scholarly site contains both the original 1818 edition as well as the revised 1831 edition along with study aids about Mary Shelley, a plot summary of the novel, and samples of Shelley’s influence on popular culture.
Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus
Digital facsimile of Mary Shelley’s hand-written manuscript and transcriptions.
The Shelley-Godwin Archive provides the digitized manuscripts of numerous 19th century British romantic writers, including Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley to allow readers to study edits and changes made by authors to learn about the artistic process. This digital project was the collaboration between many cultural history institutions including the New York Public Library, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, Oxford’s Bodleian Library, among others.
Digital Editions of Frankenstein
Plot summary of Frankenstein
From Romantic Circles, University of Maryland
Nelly Tucker. Five Things You (Probably) Don't Know about Frankenstein. Washington Post. October 31, 2018.