SHELLI Mary Wollstonecraft (Shelley Mary Wollstonecraft)( English writer.)
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Biography SHELLI Mary Wollstonecraft (Shelley Mary Wollstonecraft)
Born August 30, 1797 in London. Her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, was one of zachinatelnits movement for women's equality, his father, William Godwin - a philosopher and writer, so she soon became acquainted with the radical socio-political and spiritual currents. His mother died 11 days after the birth of his daughter, leaving her in his arms is not very caring father. In 17 years, Mary fled to Europe with Percy Bysshe Shelley, two years later, when his first wife committed suicide, they were married. They had four children but three died in infancy. The novel Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus (Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus), Mary wrote, when she was 19 years old, he was released in 1818. After her husband's death in 1822 she returned to England, has written five novels, but with only Frankenstein can match Last Man (The Last Man, 1826), which describes the death of the human race in 21 in. a mysterious plague. Mary Shelley published as a poem of her husband, writing biographies, stories and travel notes.
Shelley's famous novel tells the history of the student Victor Frankenstein, who created a living being from dead human bodies. Reviving his creation, Frankenstein chased him. Exile and hatred pushed ugly creature of revenge. Creature kills his wife of its creator and Frankenstein himself finally. Shelley died in London on February 1, 1851.