He then stitched together the remaining bits and pieces of text and figures, much as Mary Shelley's Doctor Frankenstein
stitched together his monster.
Of course, the only other person ever to do that successfully was Doctor Frankenstein
The play is set in 19th century Switzerland where young Doctor Frankenstein
studies the secrets of life and death and creates a creature from body parts.
Was he another Doctor Harold Shipman type or a technician so clinical, so detached, so devoted to his job that he was indeed that Doctor Frankenstein
we all thought only existed in the movies?
was back at work at Highbury last night firing a last, dramatic gasp of electricity into the lifeless form of Sheffield Wednesday.