This dissertation focuses on what are probably the three most famous ‘monster
stories’ of the 19th century: Frankenstein (1818), The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
(1886) and Dracula (1897). The aim of my research was to determine how information is
shared or not shared within and across private, semi-private, and public spaces in the
three novels, and how the different characters contribute to the production of those
spaces. Almost all of the main...