|Ref: AWNS-19420729-16-1, Sir George Grey Special Collections|
Another resource offered by the library which gives insight into their collections is Frankenstein: The Afterlife of Shelley and Frankenstein. This multi layered resource looks at the questions which guided Mary Shelley's writing of Frankenstein. These questions, such as what makes a monster or an outsider, are still pertinent today. This resource explores these connections and in doing so, illustrate the relevance and breadth of the library's collections.
|Ref: AWNS-19210224-34-5, Monster of the deep, Sir George Grey Special Collections|
Content in both the World Fair and Fankenstein is divided into different sections and types of resources, which will appeal to a wide range of users. Included are in-depth essays as well as feature stories and galleries, which are told through text and photographs, letters and other material from the collections. This is an immersive experience, leading the user in a multitude of different directions through the library's rich content.
Auckland Libraries has a range of heritage resources focused on New York as well as Mary Shelley's classic, Frankenstein.