Mary Shelley

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Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley was born on Aug. 30, 1797. She married Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1816. She then published her most famous novel, Frankenstein two years later. She wrote other books such as Valperga (1823), The Last Man (1826), Lodore (1835) and Mathilde. She died of brain cancer on Feb. 1, 1851 in London, England.


Aug. 30, 1797 - BornSept. 10, 1797 - Mother Dies1814- starts relationship with Percy Bysshe Shelley1818- Published Frankenstein1819 - Gives birth to Percy Florence1822 - Husband dies by drowning Feb. 1, 1851 - Dies

Mary Shelley is credited for making one of the most talked about novels of her time. The fact that it was writen in a friendly contest then went on to be published shows that her work was truely amazing. She has published other works in her time and expressed her feeling of her view of the world while still getting people to enjoy her work.

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Mary Shelley changed literature for the better. She opened peoples minds to the unconceivable. While writing a story to frighten she has created a world that now can look at women as capable.


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