Richard Brinsley Peake

Cover of Peakes' ''[[Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein Richard Brinsley Peake (19 February 1792 – 4 October 1847) was a dramatist of the early nineteenth century best remembered today for his 1823 play ''Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein'', a work based on the novel ''Frankenstein'' by Mary Shelley. It was Peake, not Shelley, who wrote the famous line, "It lives!" Provided by Wikipedia
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