Mary Shelley was an English novelist and short story writer and is best known for her novel Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus.
Mary Shelley was an English novelist and short story writer and is best known for her novel Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus.
Victor Frankenstein is a character written and created by Mary Shelley in her book, Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus - published in 1818
Lord Byron: a famous poet
In 1818, women weren't allowed to publish books. They weren't really expected to ride horses like men, smoke like men, or vote either. She published her work anonymously, and people presumed her husband had written the book. But the world eventually found out. A pseudomyn is a way of protecting you against sexism, racism, or other prejudice a person might attach to your name. Even today, women use ambiguous names. If you're a writer, most… Read More
Apparently she and some of her friends went to a castle at night to sleep, then, they heard thunder and heard doors creaking. And that is how she came to wright Frankenstein, from her expereance at castle.
Frankenstein was written by Mary Shelley.
mary shelley wanted to give the reader a thrill
i'm mary Shelley's great something grandson she and a couple of friends went camping they had a contest to find out who could have the scariest book well she won withe Frankenstein oh plus Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster
Yes it was a successful novel
The victorian era
Famous author Mary Shelley released the classic book called "Frankenstein" in the year 1823. The country that the popular book "Frankenstein" was published in was France.
She liked to play the banjo and feed her chickens at the time since she at first didnt have so much money thats how she tried to make a living
Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley married English writer Mary Mary Wollstonecraft née Godwin. They married in 1816. Mary Shelley is best known for her Gothic novelFrankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus (1818). Percy Shelly penned works such as his classic poems: Ozymandias, Ode to the West Wind, To a Skylark, Music, When Soft Voices Die, The Cloud and The Masque of Anarchy. The Shelleys resided in the village of Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
nepolten boneapart and 2 other friends.
Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus.
yes- Mary Shelley is her married name. Her father was named William Godwin. She was married to Percy Bysshe Shelley. They had four children, only the last of whom survived to be an adult.
William was alone when The Creature killed him.
She is trying to convey the message that there is a risk to bringing the dead back to life; it may not go according to plan.
Mary shelleys most famous novel was Frankenstein, it revolutionised how we though of our picture of life
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That is a good question that I don´t have the answer to your sivilacet queastion, By the way, who is Mary Shelley..?, by the way i like your hair color:)
Mary Shelley's mother was writer and philosopher ,Mary Wollstonecraft
Mary has a half-sister called Fanny Imlay and a half-brother (I think) called William Godwin Jr.
Frankenstein is a novel written by Mary Shelley about eccentric scientist Victor Frankenstein, who creates a grotesque creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Shelley started writing the story when she was nineteen, and the novel was published when she was twenty-one. The first edition was published anonymously in London in 1818. Shelley's name appears on the second edition, published in France in 1823.
In the Introduction, Mary Shelley refers to the ghost of Hamlet": the ghost of Hamlet's father who lets Hamlet know that his death was part of a conspiracy.
On a bet. No, seriously. She was on vacation with Percy Bysshe Shelley (to whom she was not yet married, and in fact Shelley was actually married to someone else, though he and Mary Godwin, as she then was, had a son) in Switzerland with Lord Byron and Mary's stepsister Claire Claremont, whom Byron had gotten pregnant. One evening, they were talking about galvinism, which was a fairly recent discovery at the time, and decided… Read More
her husband was already married when they eloped
because she fell in love with him, and because she was at such a young age (16) it would have been uncalled for to be in love at such an early stage. she suffered a great loss of a strong reputation as a result of such an act
She was married to Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Mary wrote this at a weekend stay over with a few friends. She was seventeen or eighteen at the time. Frankenstein was subtitled "A Modern Prometheus", so there were some allusions to Greek mythology, but Job, I don't see it.
she won no award at all
Her Husband, her half sister, Jane (later Claire) Clairmont & Lord Byron. (Claire's Boyfriend)
A list of works by Mary Shelley can be found in Wikipedia. See link
She wrote the book "Frankenstein"
She was born in 1797, Frankinstein was published in 1818. So Mary Shelley was 21 When she PUBLISHED Frankenstein. She was actually 19 going on 20 when she WROTE it.
Mary Wollstone- Mother Famous? Feminist. William Godwin- Father Famous? Philosipher. Carla Ervin Mary Wollstonecraft was bourn in Bournmouth, England in 1851 as the only daughter of Woolstonecraft Godwin who was a feminist and protector of women's rights and writer of many books including A Vindication Of The Rights Of Women. Her father was William Godwin, the novelist and political writer. Her parents believed in attachment of the hearts rather than in the institution of marriage… Read More
Victor is kind of compared to God, and the creature to Adam. The creature is shunned by his own creator, even though he means well. Victor denied the creature the happiness and love necessary for growth, thus the creature turned "evil". Victor did not take responsibility for his creation, and thus the crimes of the creature can be blamed on Victor.
she was in Switzerland during 1818
Legend has it the idea came about during a dinner party with several other writers, and they challenged each other to write a horror story. Mary wrote Frankenstein, while another person at the party wrote the story that later inspired Bram Stoker to write Dracula. The event has been called the Big Bang of the horror genre (and, it could be argued, modern science fiction, too, since Frankenstein is a science fiction story, not a… Read More
She was 18 when she had the idea for her story (in June 1816) and began writing it, 19 by the time she had completed it (in May 1817), and was 20 when the novel was published on 1 January 1818.
Mary Michael Shelley was born in 1950.
Mary Mary shelly she is always just a Nelly she wrote a book with quit look and she collected shells that's why she is called Mary shelly shelly is 90000000000000 but lookes 5
Mary Shelley authored the novel called Frankenstein. Her book was published in 1818, anonymously.
she uses the conventions of gothic horror but as my English teacher says 'turns them on there heads' meaning for example at the beginning of chapter 5 instead of a thunder storm Mary Shelley describes the weather as 'a dreary night of November'
Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein in age 19
Mary Shelley was an English novelist and short story writer and is best known for her novel Frankenstein.
Mary Shelley was an acclaimed English novelist. She was daughter of Mary Wallstonecraft, who was a known philosopher of her era. Her mother died shortly after the birth of Mary Shelley on 10th September 1797. Therefore, Mary Shelley lost her mother while she was only 10 days old.
The creature enjoyed a temporary friendship with a kindly old blind man, until the man's family saw the creature, and, seeing only a monster, drove him away. Although Victor Frankenstein created a female companion for the creature, he changed his mind and destroyed her before giving her life.
Ofcourse, the creation of the creature. It shows Frankenstein as repulsed by what he's created that he flees from it and hides, when he spent two years depriving himself of sleep etc to make his "wretch".
Mary Virginia Shelley has written: 'Dr. Ed' -- subject(s): Biography, Generals, History, Juvenile literature, Physicians
Mary Shelley's Frankenhole was created on 2010-06-27.
The duration of Mary Shelley's Frankenhole is 660.0 seconds.
answer choices Chronological Order and Sequence Flashback and Realism Frame Story and Episotlary In Medias Res and Flashback
Mary Shelly never saw a film, nor made one. Her novel "Frankenstein" was published 1818, and she died in 1851. The first primitive "motion picture" was made in 1879.
Because she was sat one night with her friends exchanging horror stories, and then proceeded to have a terrifying dream. Later she was encouraged by her husband to write down the tale. She believed it would be small, but it turned into a novel. Many people also think the loss of her mother and the three losses of her children led her to write such a horrifying tale. :)
NO SHE DIDNT KILL HER BABY! WHO WOULD ASK THAT!?!?!?! she is my great great great aunt! NO THE ANSWER IS NO! Really? wowiess corr shes gotta be old 8-)
1st February 1851
The Frankenstein Monster. In her book "Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus" Dr Frankenstein creates a new creature from parts of dead corpses and then brings it to life. But the monster is evil, kills many of Frankenstein's family and friends and has to be finally hunted down by Frankenstein.he is a very vicious and malicious man who wreaks havoc and sex throughout Frankenstein and has sexual intercourse
The imagery in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is used to portrays the similarities and differences between Victor and his creation, not only does the use of natural imagery compare the two but it forewarns when something is about to happen. Imagery of nature is also used to describe particular people such as Elizabeth and Victor's mother. Women are described as feminine and natural and all natural references can be traced back to a woman, whereas the… Read More
Mary Shelley was married to Percy Bysshe Shelley at the age of 16 and they eloped. He was famous for his romantic poems. He was one of the greatest romantic poets of all time. Percy Shelley was a freethinker and a radical. He helped Mary complete her education...and tried to make her part of a free love community in which several people would share partners.
Her first 3 children died soon after birth, her fourth child survived. 3
Mary Shelley was born on the 30 August 1797 and died on the 1 February 1851. She is best known for her gothic novel Frankenstein in 1818. Her husband was called Percy Bysshe Shelley. Her father was a political philosopher William Goodwin. Her mother was a protastant and feminist Mary Wollstonecraft She also wrote Valperga (1823) and The Last Man (1826). In 1839-40 she edited her husbands work. She had a child called Percy Florence… Read More
Paradise Lost taught him about God warring with his creation, which affected him the most and inspired his revenge for Victor. The reading appears to elevate his state of misery.
According to Mary, she conceived the idea after listening to ghost stories at Lord Byron's house, on Lake Geneva in Switzerland. She was there with Percy Shelley and her half-sister Claire, who later became Lord Byron's lover. Byron had challenged all of his guests to come up with the most terrifying ghost stories they could. After several days of the rain, storm, and gloom, and those stories, she had a nightmare from which the concept… Read More
she lived 75 furnivul street worksop in 2009
Mary Shelley (nee Godwin) was born in 29 Polygon Square, Somers Town, London, on 30 August 1797.
well..when she was younger her father used to dress as it and when she was 6 he started to rape her in her sleep and that's all she could see. so then she decided to show her feelings in a book and hope one day that someone ( hopefully her father) realise that it was wrong (but VERY enjoyable to be able to loss your V at the age of 6). and that's why she… Read More
Percy Bysshe Shelley drowned in a boating accident during a storm.
Yes, she had four children: - Clara, born prematurely (February 22 1815 - March 5 1815) - William (January 24 1816 - June 7 1819) - Clara Everina (September 2 1817 - September 24 1818) - Percy Florence (November 12 1819 - December 5 1889) She also had a miscarriage on June 16 1822.
Mary shelly was 19 when she wrote Frankenstein
Love me hate me say what you want about me, but all of the boys and all of the girls are begging to if u seek amy.
Mary Shelley was born 30th August 1797 and died February 1, 1851. 10 days after her birth, her mother died.
mary shelly was married to percy bysshe shelly was the age of 16. he was a good writer he wrote poemms.he help mary complete her dreams
Mary Shelly wrote Frankenstein for a few reasons , one of which is the fact that as a child her father would tell her spooky stories which may have given some insperation , also the fact that both of her parents were authers and her husbund was a poet this may of enspiered her in some way . The fact that she had a difficult life may have encouraged her to write novels as a… Read More
She was staying at Lake Geneva with her husband Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron.
she was 16 years old
she was born in ya moms behind
Her husband and Lord Byron sort of dared her.
Mary Shelley was linked to Dr. Lind because he was the first person to demonstrate electro medical experiments he made dead frogs move using an electric shock and this is what inspired Mary Shelly to write Frankenstein
She was born in1797 and died in 1851.
"the truth of the elementary principles of human nature"
There are many themes in the story. One major theme is the views of society. Another is the consequences of knowledge. The monster learns that he is not excepted by learning about the ways of society
Percy Bysshe Shelly, was Mary Shelly's husband.
Henry Frankenstein's creatue that was the loveable monster we all know today.
That is only the frame scene (the very beginning and very end) I think that it was to signify the ultimate edge of habitability, where life and death were on the very razor's edge.
Fire relates to the Greek mythology story known as Prometheus. Victor who has acquired the knowledge of how to make life just as Prometheus stole fire to help the people. Prometheus is punished by Zeus just as Victor is punished by the creation of a monster.
Piercy Shelley Lord Byron
She contributed to the development of the gothic subgenre What is most true of Mary Shelley is that she was the daughter of the famous intelligent couple Mrs. & Mr. William Godwin, was the second wife of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley and was the author of the widely read English horror novel Frankenstein. She authored two more books and was the editor of her late husband's poems. she fought in the french revolutionary war… Read More
She has Four kids, the first one was born premature, the secon died at the age of two,the third dies at the age of 1, and the 4th SURVIVED>> I WILL SURVIVE OH AS LONG AS I KNOW HOW TO LOVE I KNOW I'LL STAY ALIVE!! :D
Obsessions will destroy you and every one around you. (give them up)
Many people disapproved of her marriage to Percy Bysshe Shelley.
it was a dreary night in novwember
The creature was created with the intention of being more than human, including nobility and intellect. However because of neglect on the part of the doctor the creature became violent and cruel. It was an illustration of the 'nature vs nurture' debate.
who did elizabeth marry victor frankenstein
Mary Shelley was an author, most commonly known for writing Frankenstein. It is widely believed that Mary Shelly's Frankenstein was actually written on sort of a dare. While vacationing in Switzerland with Lord Byron, Mary and her future husband Percy Shelly and friends were housebound during inclement weather. To entertain themselves, they began talking, telling each other stories. The dare comes about when Lord Byron challenged the members of the group to see who could… Read More
Three of their own children died soon after birth, and Mary fell into a deep depression that did not improve even after the birth in 1819 of Percy Florence, her only surviving child.
Mary Shelly's mother was the philosopher and feminist Mary Wollstonecraft. Her husband was the poet Percy Bysshe Shelly.
Nurture. The monster was created to be superior to humans in several ways and in fact he is but because of neglect he became evil instead of good and used his superiority to cause harm.
Yes, she did on February 1, 1851, on a train to Manchester smoking a spliff.