Mary Shelly's Influence On Frankenstein

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Mary Shelley Mary Shelley’s parents were both accomplished writers and philosophers. Mary’s mother is one of history’s most notable feminists. Mary Shelley is a romanticist; known for writing the novel Frankenstein. In my opinion; Mary had a macabre and fascinating life, and had many achievements. Mary (Shelley) Wollstonecraft was born August 30th 1797 in London, England during the Romantic Period which heavily influences her writing. Mary’s mother and father: William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft married in 1797 after Mary became pregnant to ensure of Mary’s legal rights. Unfortunately; On September 10th 1797; eleven days after Mary was born. Her mother passed away. Leaving Mary without a mother. This theme is expressed in Frankenstein.

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