( full title is " Frankenstein ", by Mary Shelley , read by David Rintoul )
A highly-popular 19C tale, that has been notoriously "hammed-up" by countless horror movie-makers over the decades, Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" is actually a tale of the potential moral-shortcomings of science, that still resonates powerfully today.
A scientist, Professor Frankenstein, discovers how to resuscitate dormant life-forms, and then stitches-together body-parts from dead human beings, to create a "nightmare man", who goes on to instill horrified reactions from people who encounter him, but who starts to pine for a mate, to share his painfully lonely existence ...
Side One : 1) Arctic Meeting 2) Confession.
Side Two : 1) Birth of a Monster 2) Evil Deeds.
Side Three : 1) An Outcast's Tale 2) A Savage at Large.
Side Four : 1) Revenge Sworn 2) Wrongs Righted.