"Victor's Secret: Queer Gothic in Lynd Ward's Illustrations to
In what ways, according to Scott, do Ward's engravings "confirm our sense that Ward is exploring a psychological space more in keeping with the Gothic terrain of Mary Shelley's novel" (401)?
What, according to Scott, was Peake's "most important departure from the original novel" in
What contrasts does Scott find between the two engravings from the 1831
What, according to Scott, is the relationship
among homoeroticism, socialism, and race in the 1930s?
What distinction does Scott find between Shelley's and Ward's portrayals of the Creature in his first encounter with Victor?
How does this distinction relate to the discussion of Victor's dream?
What, for Scott, is the significance of Ward's use of oversized hands?
In what ways, according to Scott, does Ward's depiction of Victor and the Creature's encounter in Geneva compare with that of their first encounter?
Explain Scott's discussion of the consideration of class conflict in modern queer theory.
What significance does Scott find in Ward's use of shielded faces in his engravings?
Explain Scott's comparison of Ward's portrayal of the Creature with those of Caliban and the Tahitians in Gauguin's paintings.
Explain Scott's discussion of runaway slaves on this page.
Explain Scott's discussion of Ward's depiction of Felix's attacking of the Creature.
Explain Scott's claims about Ward's depiction of the murder of William.
What, according to Scott, does Justine represent in the novel?
Explain Scott's discussion of Ward's depiction of Safie's father.
How, according to Scott, does the Creature assume "the status of a ghost in Ward's narrative" (438)?
Explain Scott's discussion of Ward's depiction of the dead Elizabeth.
Explain Scott's discussion of Ward's depiction of homoerotic tensions in the novel.