“Inspired by this wind of promise my daydreams become more fervent and vivid” (Shelley 1). Mary Shelley, a great poet of her time, left many legacies and inspired writers all across the nation. From childhood to adulthood, she overcame obstacles in life. Her inspiring life can only begin to be described in words, and her works live on today. Mary Shelley’s elaborate life, little known fictions, and horrific monsters have nationally been defined through the
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and Mary Wollstonecraft (2).
Through many tragedies and many losses, Mary Shelley overcame her obstacles and made her legacy. Mary Shelley’s elaborate life, little known fictions, and horrific monsters have been nationally defined through the years.
Shelley, Mary. Frankenstein. New York: Dover, 1994
AuthorWorks. Illinois: Scott-Foresman-Addison Wesley, 1997.
Denise. Mary Shelley. January 1999. July 13, 2000
Patnaik, Sumeta. "Mary Shelley and the Desire to Acquire Knowledge: As Demonstrated in the Novel Frankenstein." Mary Shelley and Knowledge. July 13, 2000