Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley is a British writer best known for the widely read Gothic novel Frankenstein. Shelley pushed the boundaries of traditional Romanticism and Gothic fiction when she developed her own brand of the artistic movement that criticized individualism and challenged the traditional 18th-century school of thought. Shelley’s work has been at the forefront of feminist literary criticism and academic study for decades. She is now regarded as an influential writer and Romantic figure, who wasn’t afraid to voice her political beliefs.

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