Qtd. Critics have pointed to the recurrence of the father–daughter motif in particular as evidence of this autobiographical style. [note 12] The only certainty is that she herself was not the child's mother. [255] Portraying herself as Percy's "practical muse", she also noted how she had suggested revisions as he wrote. [178] Victor Frankenstein's failure as a "parent" in the novel has been read as an expression of the anxieties which accompany pregnancy, giving birth, and particularly maternity. [130] In 1830, she sold the copyright for a new edition of Frankenstein for £60 to Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley for their new Standard Novels series. (Seymour, 425–26). The group entertained themselves one rainy day by reading a book of ghost stories.

Mary was paid £500 to edit the Poetical Works (1838), which Sir Timothy insisted should not include a biography.

He had been out sailing with a friend in the Gulf of Spezia. She was never able to explain to her second daughter what she had learned from being abandoned by the lover she had taken in revolutionary France, along with the little girl he had fathered; it is the same lesson which the women of the Flower Power generation learned: that there is, for women, no escaping responsibility in relationships if children become part of the equation. Spark, 60–62; St Clair, 443; Sunstein, 143–49; Seymour, 191–92. Seymour, 49. When she was four, her father married a neighbour with whom Shelley came to have a troubled relationship.[3][4]. [43] Shelley greatly offended Godwin at one point when during a walk in the French countryside he suggested that they both take the plunge into a stream naked as it offended her principles. [48][note 4] On 22 February 1815, she gave birth to a two-months premature baby girl, who was not expected to survive.

Sir Timothy threatened to stop the allowance if any biography of the poet were published. [88], Italy provided the Shelleys, Byron, and other exiles with a political freedom unattainable at home. [113] They never reached their destination. The loss of her son William - she called him "Willmouse" - seems to have cracked Mary's spirit for good. In September 2011, the astronomer Donald Olson, after a visit to the Lake Geneva villa the previous year, and inspecting data about the motion of the moon and stars, concluded that her waking dream took place "between 2am and 3am" 16 June 1816, several days after the initial idea by Lord Byron that they each write a ghost story.

Ruth Franklin is a senior editor at The New Republic. Most frequently and importantly, these lessons consisted of criticisms of male-dominated institutions such as primogeniture. Seymour, 301.

By 1822, Shelley was writing piteous letters and poems complaining of his wife's coldness. Get exclusive access to content from our 1768 First Edition with your subscription. But it was Wollstonecraft’s scribbled note, in which she referred to her baby as “the animal”— the same word that the scientist in Frankenstein would use to describe his own notorious creation—that gave me pause. After she restored them in the second edition, Moxon was prosecuted and convicted of blasphemous libel, though the prosecution was brought out of principle by the Chartist publisher Henry Hetherington, and no punishment was sought. There she experienced a type of domestic tranquility she had never known.

Their first child, who they called Clara was a seven-month baby and though not expected to live, survived eight days. The weather was wet, and the group—which included Mary, Percy (who was still married to his first wife, Harriet), and Lord Byron—passed the time by reading an old volume of ghost stories. [91] She was often physically ill, however, and prone to depressions. As they watched over his last hours, Mary wrote to a friend; ‘The misery of these hours is beyond calculation –The hopes of my life are bound up in him.’ Shelley suffered as much. [58][note 5] Sitting around a log fire at Byron's villa, the company amused themselves with German ghost stories, which prompted Byron to propose that they "each write a ghost story". [94] In 1820, they found themselves plagued by accusations and threats from Paolo and Elise Foggi, former servants whom Percy Shelley had dismissed in Naples shortly after the Foggis had married. [54] The party arrived at Geneva on 14 May 1816, where Mary called herself "Mrs Shelley".

While she didn't have a formal education, she did make great use of her father's extensive library. There Mary Shelley gave birth to her third child, Clara, on 2 September. She contends that "Shelley was never a passionate radical like her husband and her later lifestyle was not abruptly assumed nor was it a betrayal. Do thou return for mine. [164], Mary Shelley employed the techniques of many different novelistic genres, most vividly the Godwinian novel, Walter Scott's new historical novel, and the Gothic novel. "Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley: The Female Author between Public and Private Spheres. Mary Wollstonecraft was an English writer who advocated for women's equality. Other writers will burgle the bank of this book and emerge with stories which may tell us less about the Shelleys, but more about the people who really interest us: ourselves. Weeks later she recovered, unscarred but without her youthful beauty. [213], However, in the last decade or so this view has been challenged. "[71] Sampson published her findings in In Search of Mary Shelley (2018), one of many biographies written about Shelley. A year after Wollstonecraft's death, God… [193], Frankenstein, like much Gothic fiction of the period, mixes a visceral and alienating subject matter with speculative and thought-provoking themes. Corrections? Her father was the political philosopher William Godwin and her mother was the philosopher and feminist activist Mary Wollstonecraft. Mary Godwin read these memoirs and her mother's books, and was brought up to cherish her mother's memory. [271] Lady Shelley, Percy Florence's wife, responded in part by presenting a severely edited collection of letters she had inherited, published privately as Shelley and Mary in 1882. [67] There are differences in the 1818, 1823 and 1831 editions and Mary Shelley wrote, "I certainly did not owe the suggestion of one incident, nor scarcely of one train of feeling, to my husband, and yet but for his incitement, it would never have taken the form in which it was presented to the world." Writing on the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein, literary scholar and poet Fiona Sampson asked, "Why hasn't Mary Shelley gotten the respect she deserves? English author Virginia Woolf wrote modernist classics including 'Mrs. Her father William Godwin was left to care for Shelley and her older half-sister Fanny Imlay. Memoirs of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Rambles in Germany and Italy in 1840, 1842 and 1843, Letters Written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men, Valperga; or, The Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca, The Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, Frankenstein's hour of creation identified by astronomers, "Why Hasn't Mary Shelley Gotten the Respect She Deserves? [103] To deal with her grief, Shelley wrote the novella The Fields of Fancy, which became Matilda dealing with a young woman whose beauty inspired incestuous love in her father, who ultimately commits suicide to stop himself from acting on his passion for his daughter, while she spends the rest of her life full of despair about "the unnatural love I had inspired". [45] Percy Shelley seems to have wanted Mary Godwin and Hogg to become lovers;[46] Mary did not dismiss the idea, since in principle she believed in free love. She became deeply depressed. [216], In the 1820s and 1830s, Mary Shelley frequently wrote short stories for gift books or annuals, including sixteen for The Keepsake, which was aimed at middle-class women and bound in silk, with gilt-edged pages. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, English Romantic novelist best known as the author of Frankenstein. It was beneath the trees of the grounds belonging to our house, or on the bleak sides of the woodless mountains near, that my true compositions, the airy flights of my imagination, were born and fostered. Unusually for the time, Shelley was very keen on Mary breastfeeding their children and even though she usually had a nurse to help with the children she was a very involved mother. There Percy Shelley discussed with Byron and Leigh Hunt the launch of a radical magazine called The Liberal. They had blighted each other's lives. As she had never fully believed in her own writing, she was surprised to find that she had become a literary celebrity (214). She wrote the novels The Fortunes of Perkin Warbeck (1830), Lodore (1835), and Falkner (1837). In her novel The Last Man, she later imagined Windsor as a Garden of Eden. Two weeks after her death, Mary wrote in her journal: “Dream that my little baby came to life again – that it had only been cold and that we rubbed it by the fire and it lived – I awake and find no baby – I think about the little thing all day.”. [147] Shortly afterwards, Mary Shelley bought some letters written by herself and Percy Bysshe Shelley from a man calling himself G. Byron and posing as the illegitimate son of the late Lord Byron. It sounds like the stuff of a horror story—and for Mary Shelley, it was.

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Qtd. Critics have pointed to the recurrence of the father–daughter motif in particular as evidence of this autobiographical style. [note 12] The only certainty is that she herself was not the child's mother. [255] Portraying herself as Percy's "practical muse", she also noted how she had suggested revisions as he wrote. [178] Victor Frankenstein's failure as a "parent" in the novel has been read as an expression of the anxieties which accompany pregnancy, giving birth, and particularly maternity. [130] In 1830, she sold the copyright for a new edition of Frankenstein for £60 to Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley for their new Standard Novels series. (Seymour, 425–26). The group entertained themselves one rainy day by reading a book of ghost stories.

Mary was paid £500 to edit the Poetical Works (1838), which Sir Timothy insisted should not include a biography.

He had been out sailing with a friend in the Gulf of Spezia. She was never able to explain to her second daughter what she had learned from being abandoned by the lover she had taken in revolutionary France, along with the little girl he had fathered; it is the same lesson which the women of the Flower Power generation learned: that there is, for women, no escaping responsibility in relationships if children become part of the equation. Spark, 60–62; St Clair, 443; Sunstein, 143–49; Seymour, 191–92. Seymour, 49. When she was four, her father married a neighbour with whom Shelley came to have a troubled relationship.[3][4]. [43] Shelley greatly offended Godwin at one point when during a walk in the French countryside he suggested that they both take the plunge into a stream naked as it offended her principles. [48][note 4] On 22 February 1815, she gave birth to a two-months premature baby girl, who was not expected to survive.

Sir Timothy threatened to stop the allowance if any biography of the poet were published. [88], Italy provided the Shelleys, Byron, and other exiles with a political freedom unattainable at home. [113] They never reached their destination. The loss of her son William - she called him "Willmouse" - seems to have cracked Mary's spirit for good. In September 2011, the astronomer Donald Olson, after a visit to the Lake Geneva villa the previous year, and inspecting data about the motion of the moon and stars, concluded that her waking dream took place "between 2am and 3am" 16 June 1816, several days after the initial idea by Lord Byron that they each write a ghost story.

Ruth Franklin is a senior editor at The New Republic. Most frequently and importantly, these lessons consisted of criticisms of male-dominated institutions such as primogeniture. Seymour, 301.

By 1822, Shelley was writing piteous letters and poems complaining of his wife's coldness. Get exclusive access to content from our 1768 First Edition with your subscription. But it was Wollstonecraft’s scribbled note, in which she referred to her baby as “the animal”— the same word that the scientist in Frankenstein would use to describe his own notorious creation—that gave me pause. After she restored them in the second edition, Moxon was prosecuted and convicted of blasphemous libel, though the prosecution was brought out of principle by the Chartist publisher Henry Hetherington, and no punishment was sought. There she experienced a type of domestic tranquility she had never known.

Their first child, who they called Clara was a seven-month baby and though not expected to live, survived eight days. The weather was wet, and the group—which included Mary, Percy (who was still married to his first wife, Harriet), and Lord Byron—passed the time by reading an old volume of ghost stories. [91] She was often physically ill, however, and prone to depressions. As they watched over his last hours, Mary wrote to a friend; ‘The misery of these hours is beyond calculation –The hopes of my life are bound up in him.’ Shelley suffered as much. [58][note 5] Sitting around a log fire at Byron's villa, the company amused themselves with German ghost stories, which prompted Byron to propose that they "each write a ghost story". [94] In 1820, they found themselves plagued by accusations and threats from Paolo and Elise Foggi, former servants whom Percy Shelley had dismissed in Naples shortly after the Foggis had married. [54] The party arrived at Geneva on 14 May 1816, where Mary called herself "Mrs Shelley".

While she didn't have a formal education, she did make great use of her father's extensive library. There Mary Shelley gave birth to her third child, Clara, on 2 September. She contends that "Shelley was never a passionate radical like her husband and her later lifestyle was not abruptly assumed nor was it a betrayal. Do thou return for mine. [164], Mary Shelley employed the techniques of many different novelistic genres, most vividly the Godwinian novel, Walter Scott's new historical novel, and the Gothic novel. "Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley: The Female Author between Public and Private Spheres. Mary Wollstonecraft was an English writer who advocated for women's equality. Other writers will burgle the bank of this book and emerge with stories which may tell us less about the Shelleys, but more about the people who really interest us: ourselves. Weeks later she recovered, unscarred but without her youthful beauty. [213], However, in the last decade or so this view has been challenged. "[71] Sampson published her findings in In Search of Mary Shelley (2018), one of many biographies written about Shelley. A year after Wollstonecraft's death, God… [193], Frankenstein, like much Gothic fiction of the period, mixes a visceral and alienating subject matter with speculative and thought-provoking themes. Corrections? Her father was the political philosopher William Godwin and her mother was the philosopher and feminist activist Mary Wollstonecraft. Mary Godwin read these memoirs and her mother's books, and was brought up to cherish her mother's memory. [271] Lady Shelley, Percy Florence's wife, responded in part by presenting a severely edited collection of letters she had inherited, published privately as Shelley and Mary in 1882. [67] There are differences in the 1818, 1823 and 1831 editions and Mary Shelley wrote, "I certainly did not owe the suggestion of one incident, nor scarcely of one train of feeling, to my husband, and yet but for his incitement, it would never have taken the form in which it was presented to the world." Writing on the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein, literary scholar and poet Fiona Sampson asked, "Why hasn't Mary Shelley gotten the respect she deserves? English author Virginia Woolf wrote modernist classics including 'Mrs. Her father William Godwin was left to care for Shelley and her older half-sister Fanny Imlay. Memoirs of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Rambles in Germany and Italy in 1840, 1842 and 1843, Letters Written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men, Valperga; or, The Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca, The Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, Frankenstein's hour of creation identified by astronomers, "Why Hasn't Mary Shelley Gotten the Respect She Deserves? [103] To deal with her grief, Shelley wrote the novella The Fields of Fancy, which became Matilda dealing with a young woman whose beauty inspired incestuous love in her father, who ultimately commits suicide to stop himself from acting on his passion for his daughter, while she spends the rest of her life full of despair about "the unnatural love I had inspired". [45] Percy Shelley seems to have wanted Mary Godwin and Hogg to become lovers;[46] Mary did not dismiss the idea, since in principle she believed in free love. She became deeply depressed. [216], In the 1820s and 1830s, Mary Shelley frequently wrote short stories for gift books or annuals, including sixteen for The Keepsake, which was aimed at middle-class women and bound in silk, with gilt-edged pages. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, English Romantic novelist best known as the author of Frankenstein. It was beneath the trees of the grounds belonging to our house, or on the bleak sides of the woodless mountains near, that my true compositions, the airy flights of my imagination, were born and fostered. Unusually for the time, Shelley was very keen on Mary breastfeeding their children and even though she usually had a nurse to help with the children she was a very involved mother. There Percy Shelley discussed with Byron and Leigh Hunt the launch of a radical magazine called The Liberal. They had blighted each other's lives. As she had never fully believed in her own writing, she was surprised to find that she had become a literary celebrity (214). She wrote the novels The Fortunes of Perkin Warbeck (1830), Lodore (1835), and Falkner (1837). In her novel The Last Man, she later imagined Windsor as a Garden of Eden. Two weeks after her death, Mary wrote in her journal: “Dream that my little baby came to life again – that it had only been cold and that we rubbed it by the fire and it lived – I awake and find no baby – I think about the little thing all day.”. [147] Shortly afterwards, Mary Shelley bought some letters written by herself and Percy Bysshe Shelley from a man calling himself G. Byron and posing as the illegitimate son of the late Lord Byron. It sounds like the stuff of a horror story—and for Mary Shelley, it was.

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"[158], Certain sections of Mary Shelley's novels are often interpreted as masked rewritings of her life. Suzanne Burdon is author of Almost Invincible, A Biographical Novel of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein. She and Percy now found themselves penniless, and, to Mary's genuine surprise, her father refused to have anything to do with her. While Mary seemed devoted to her husband, she did not have the easiest marriage. [note 3] Shelley and Clairmont were almost certainly lovers, which caused much jealousy on Godwin's part. Upon their return to England, Shelley was pregnant with Percy's child. [35] As they travelled, Mary and Percy read works by Mary Wollstonecraft and others, kept a joint journal, and continued their own writing. Her habit of intensive reading and study, revealed in her journals and letters and reflected in her works, is now better appreciated. She thereby implicitly endorsed a conservative vision of gradual evolutionary reform. She was the sister of Charlotte and Anne Brontë, also famous authors. Then they decided to move to Italy and Clara became sick and died as they travelled, and Mary writes of their rush to Venice to find a doctor, ‘when nerves were strung to their utmost tension by mental anguish.’, When William also died in Rome nine moths later at the age of three and a half, it nearly broke Mary.

Qtd. Critics have pointed to the recurrence of the father–daughter motif in particular as evidence of this autobiographical style. [note 12] The only certainty is that she herself was not the child's mother. [255] Portraying herself as Percy's "practical muse", she also noted how she had suggested revisions as he wrote. [178] Victor Frankenstein's failure as a "parent" in the novel has been read as an expression of the anxieties which accompany pregnancy, giving birth, and particularly maternity. [130] In 1830, she sold the copyright for a new edition of Frankenstein for £60 to Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley for their new Standard Novels series. (Seymour, 425–26). The group entertained themselves one rainy day by reading a book of ghost stories.

Mary was paid £500 to edit the Poetical Works (1838), which Sir Timothy insisted should not include a biography.

He had been out sailing with a friend in the Gulf of Spezia. She was never able to explain to her second daughter what she had learned from being abandoned by the lover she had taken in revolutionary France, along with the little girl he had fathered; it is the same lesson which the women of the Flower Power generation learned: that there is, for women, no escaping responsibility in relationships if children become part of the equation. Spark, 60–62; St Clair, 443; Sunstein, 143–49; Seymour, 191–92. Seymour, 49. When she was four, her father married a neighbour with whom Shelley came to have a troubled relationship.[3][4]. [43] Shelley greatly offended Godwin at one point when during a walk in the French countryside he suggested that they both take the plunge into a stream naked as it offended her principles. [48][note 4] On 22 February 1815, she gave birth to a two-months premature baby girl, who was not expected to survive.

Sir Timothy threatened to stop the allowance if any biography of the poet were published. [88], Italy provided the Shelleys, Byron, and other exiles with a political freedom unattainable at home. [113] They never reached their destination. The loss of her son William - she called him "Willmouse" - seems to have cracked Mary's spirit for good. In September 2011, the astronomer Donald Olson, after a visit to the Lake Geneva villa the previous year, and inspecting data about the motion of the moon and stars, concluded that her waking dream took place "between 2am and 3am" 16 June 1816, several days after the initial idea by Lord Byron that they each write a ghost story.

Ruth Franklin is a senior editor at The New Republic. Most frequently and importantly, these lessons consisted of criticisms of male-dominated institutions such as primogeniture. Seymour, 301.

By 1822, Shelley was writing piteous letters and poems complaining of his wife's coldness. Get exclusive access to content from our 1768 First Edition with your subscription. But it was Wollstonecraft’s scribbled note, in which she referred to her baby as “the animal”— the same word that the scientist in Frankenstein would use to describe his own notorious creation—that gave me pause. After she restored them in the second edition, Moxon was prosecuted and convicted of blasphemous libel, though the prosecution was brought out of principle by the Chartist publisher Henry Hetherington, and no punishment was sought. There she experienced a type of domestic tranquility she had never known.

Their first child, who they called Clara was a seven-month baby and though not expected to live, survived eight days. The weather was wet, and the group—which included Mary, Percy (who was still married to his first wife, Harriet), and Lord Byron—passed the time by reading an old volume of ghost stories. [91] She was often physically ill, however, and prone to depressions. As they watched over his last hours, Mary wrote to a friend; ‘The misery of these hours is beyond calculation –The hopes of my life are bound up in him.’ Shelley suffered as much. [58][note 5] Sitting around a log fire at Byron's villa, the company amused themselves with German ghost stories, which prompted Byron to propose that they "each write a ghost story". [94] In 1820, they found themselves plagued by accusations and threats from Paolo and Elise Foggi, former servants whom Percy Shelley had dismissed in Naples shortly after the Foggis had married. [54] The party arrived at Geneva on 14 May 1816, where Mary called herself "Mrs Shelley".

While she didn't have a formal education, she did make great use of her father's extensive library. There Mary Shelley gave birth to her third child, Clara, on 2 September. She contends that "Shelley was never a passionate radical like her husband and her later lifestyle was not abruptly assumed nor was it a betrayal. Do thou return for mine. [164], Mary Shelley employed the techniques of many different novelistic genres, most vividly the Godwinian novel, Walter Scott's new historical novel, and the Gothic novel. "Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley: The Female Author between Public and Private Spheres. Mary Wollstonecraft was an English writer who advocated for women's equality. Other writers will burgle the bank of this book and emerge with stories which may tell us less about the Shelleys, but more about the people who really interest us: ourselves. Weeks later she recovered, unscarred but without her youthful beauty. [213], However, in the last decade or so this view has been challenged. "[71] Sampson published her findings in In Search of Mary Shelley (2018), one of many biographies written about Shelley. A year after Wollstonecraft's death, God… [193], Frankenstein, like much Gothic fiction of the period, mixes a visceral and alienating subject matter with speculative and thought-provoking themes. Corrections? Her father was the political philosopher William Godwin and her mother was the philosopher and feminist activist Mary Wollstonecraft. Mary Godwin read these memoirs and her mother's books, and was brought up to cherish her mother's memory. [271] Lady Shelley, Percy Florence's wife, responded in part by presenting a severely edited collection of letters she had inherited, published privately as Shelley and Mary in 1882. [67] There are differences in the 1818, 1823 and 1831 editions and Mary Shelley wrote, "I certainly did not owe the suggestion of one incident, nor scarcely of one train of feeling, to my husband, and yet but for his incitement, it would never have taken the form in which it was presented to the world." Writing on the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein, literary scholar and poet Fiona Sampson asked, "Why hasn't Mary Shelley gotten the respect she deserves? English author Virginia Woolf wrote modernist classics including 'Mrs. Her father William Godwin was left to care for Shelley and her older half-sister Fanny Imlay. Memoirs of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Rambles in Germany and Italy in 1840, 1842 and 1843, Letters Written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men, Valperga; or, The Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca, The Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, Frankenstein's hour of creation identified by astronomers, "Why Hasn't Mary Shelley Gotten the Respect She Deserves? [103] To deal with her grief, Shelley wrote the novella The Fields of Fancy, which became Matilda dealing with a young woman whose beauty inspired incestuous love in her father, who ultimately commits suicide to stop himself from acting on his passion for his daughter, while she spends the rest of her life full of despair about "the unnatural love I had inspired". [45] Percy Shelley seems to have wanted Mary Godwin and Hogg to become lovers;[46] Mary did not dismiss the idea, since in principle she believed in free love. She became deeply depressed. [216], In the 1820s and 1830s, Mary Shelley frequently wrote short stories for gift books or annuals, including sixteen for The Keepsake, which was aimed at middle-class women and bound in silk, with gilt-edged pages. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, English Romantic novelist best known as the author of Frankenstein. It was beneath the trees of the grounds belonging to our house, or on the bleak sides of the woodless mountains near, that my true compositions, the airy flights of my imagination, were born and fostered. Unusually for the time, Shelley was very keen on Mary breastfeeding their children and even though she usually had a nurse to help with the children she was a very involved mother. There Percy Shelley discussed with Byron and Leigh Hunt the launch of a radical magazine called The Liberal. They had blighted each other's lives. As she had never fully believed in her own writing, she was surprised to find that she had become a literary celebrity (214). She wrote the novels The Fortunes of Perkin Warbeck (1830), Lodore (1835), and Falkner (1837). In her novel The Last Man, she later imagined Windsor as a Garden of Eden. Two weeks after her death, Mary wrote in her journal: “Dream that my little baby came to life again – that it had only been cold and that we rubbed it by the fire and it lived – I awake and find no baby – I think about the little thing all day.”. [147] Shortly afterwards, Mary Shelley bought some letters written by herself and Percy Bysshe Shelley from a man calling himself G. Byron and posing as the illegitimate son of the late Lord Byron. It sounds like the stuff of a horror story—and for Mary Shelley, it was.

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