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Jeanette Winterson's zany Frankenstein revival includes sexbots

October 15, 2019 | 12:29 PM GMT
In "Frankissstein," Jeanette Winterson imagines a world unconstrained by physical form. With the help of AI scientists, humans can alter their physicality and along the way, things get a little out of hand. Luckily, book critic Ron Charles is here to tell us all about it.