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Female werewolves in Werewolf: The Apocalypse
Jay Cate

that Ginger’s close and complex relationship to her sister Brigitte (who becomes a werewolf herself in the sequel) keeps Ginger as a member of a social unit throughout the film. See also, Alan Moore’s graphic story ‘The Curse’ ( Swamp Thing 40 (September 1985)), in which Phoebe, though a predatory and lonely lycanthrope, is constructed through her role as

in She-wolf
Frankenstein, neo-Victorian fiction, and the palimpsestuous literary past
Jamie Horrocks

’s novel. Perhaps Steffen Hantke had this in mind when he observed that a special relationship seems to exist between Shelley’s Frankenstein and modern writers of neo-Victorian fiction (250). While some of the most famous neo-Victorian texts (works like William Gibson and Bruce Sterling’s The Difference Engine , Neal Stephenson’s The Diamond Age , or Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen ) make no reference to Shelley’s Creature, many other pieces bear out Hantke’s observation, including the two texts on which this chapter will

in Adapting Frankenstein