Mary Shelley

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Grave Marker- Mary Shelley at St Peter's Bournemouth Cemetery Monuments, Cemetery Statues, Cemetery Art, Mary Shelley, Old Cemeteries, Graveyards, Concord, Dorset England, Grave Markers

Mary Shelly's Grave St Peter's Bournemouth

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Angela Barrett (A Story of Mary Shelley, Creator of Frankenstein by Sharon Darrow) Pin Up, Mary Shelley, Children's Book Illustration, Book Illustrations, Ghost Stories, Nocturne, Dark Art, Creepy, Fairy Tales

A story of Mary Shelley by Angela Barrett

via storybookland о книге: Long before Mary Shelley published her Gothic masterpiece, Frankenstein, in 1818, at the age of nineteen, she shared fireside ghost tales at the home of family friends in Scotland. It was there that the headstrong girl - orphaned by her mother, spurned by her stepmother,…

Mary Shellay, Lock of hair, 1851 Library of NSW Search - Manuscripts, Oral History, and Pictures Catalogue - State Library of New South Wales Mary Shelley Quotes, The Modern Prometheus, Victorian Life, Hair Locks, Oral History, Book Lovers Gifts, Romanticism, Smart People, Bookstores

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Mary Shelley’s dressing case Shelley kept relics of the ones she loved—collecting their hair in folded paper packets and treasuring the objects they used daily. Some of these are still in this case,. Relic Hunter, Victor Frankenstein, Lovers Eyes, Mary Shelley, Mourning Jewelry, Bottle Box, Hair Locks, Writers And Poets, Glass Containers

Mary Shelley’s dressing-case - Shelley's Ghost - Reshaping the image of a literary family

Mary Shelley's dressing case

Leigh Hunt, a very good friend of Shelley. The reason Shelley was on that fatal last trip to see Lord B was over Leigh Hunt's situation. Byron was always a brute. English Romantic, Romantic Period, Authors, Writers, Leigh Hunt, William Godwin, Mary Shelley, Through Time And Space, Romanticism

Postman's Horn

Leigh Hunt to Percy B. and Mary W. Shelley. 8, York Buildings, New Road, August, 1819. My Dear Friends, henever I write to you, I seem to be transported to your presence. I dart out of the window like a bird, dash into a south-western current of air, skim over the cool waters, hurry over the basking lands, rise like a lark over the mountains, fling like a swallow into the vallies, skim again, pant for breath, there's Leghorn eccomi! how d'ye do? I wish you would encourage my epistolatory…

Edward Williams, devoted friend of Shelley. I've always felt that Ned Williams made Shelley's last months bearable. It is unfortunate that both drowned together. William Godwin, Romantic Period, Lord Byron, Mary Shelley, Don Juan, Monster Mash, Frankenstein, Regency, Claire

Self-portrait of the Shelleys' friend Edward Williams - Shelley's Ghost - Reshaping the image of a literary family

Edward Williams, devoted friend of Shelley. I've always felt that Ned Williams made Shelley's last months bearable. It is unfortunate that both drowned together.

Edward John Trelawny November 1792 – 13 August was a biographer, novelist and adventurer who is best known for his friendship with the Romantic poets Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron. Frankenstein, Funeral Pyre, Horror Fiction, Mary Shelley, Writers And Poets, Don Juan, People Of Interest, Romanticism, Great Stories

Portrait of Trelawny. When Shelley's body washed up on August 15 Trelawney built a funeral pyre for his friend. He gathered Byron, and the others on the beach at Via Reggio. Mary could not attend.

The Godwins and the Shelleys: A Biography of a Family. A fascinating study of William Godwin. Gives a good view of family dynamics. William Godwin, Lord Byron, Mary Shelley, English Literature, Frankenstein, Biography, 18th Century, Authors, Claire

The Godwins and the Shelleys

The Godwins and the Shelleys book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Much more than the biography of a family. It is in larg...

Portrait of Jane Williams, last muse of Shelley, whose husband drowned with him in the Ariel. Painted after her return to England the same year, in Fair Day, Romantic Period, Mary Shelley, Musa, Art Uk, Old Master, Your Paintings, Ladies Day, Celebrities

Shelley's Ghost - Reshaping the image of a literary family

Portrait of Jane Williams, last muse of Shelley, whose husband drowned with him in the Ariel. Painted after her return to England the same year, in 1822.

Bishopsgate, in Windsor Park, home to Shelley and Mary in the summer of 1815 William Godwin, Windsor Park, Mary Shelley, John Keats, Marlow, Romanticism, Landscape, Frankenstein, House Styles

Bishopsgate, Lechlade, and Marlow

Bishopsgate, in Windsor Park, home to Shelley and Mary in the summer of 1815

Locks of Percy's hair two years after he met Mary) and 1822 the year he died. It shows hair changing from a dark golden auburn to dark russet brown. Mary's is shown as a light golden brown. Their little son, Percy Florence, is very fair. Mary Shelley Quotes, The Modern Prometheus, Relic Hunter, The Frankenstein, Light Golden Brown, Of Montreal, Writers And Poets, World Of Books, Classic Literature

Shelley's Ghost

A rediscovered painting of Mary Shelley, never shown before, is just one of the treasures currently on display at the Bodleian Library in Ox...

Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus - Mary Shelley I'm not sure which edition I have read, but I have read the book. Mary Shelley Frankenstein, Frankenstein Book, Pulp Fiction, Science Fiction, Fiction Books, Art Vintage, Vintage Design, Novels To Read, Books To Read

Had to read for school. Such a sad tale! Depressing. Only thing I enjoyed was the writing.