English Romantic writer Mary Shelley was born on 30 August 1797, in London.Her father was the political philosopher William Godwin and her mother was the philosopher and feminist activist Mary Wollstonecraft, who died in childbirthMary Shelley is famous for her “Frankenstein”, published when she was 21. None of her works published later matched the power […]Mary Shelley’s Stanzas — words and music and stories
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is a Gothic romance literary classic that is told via a series of letters and other textual materials to express a tale obsession, of science as well as death and morality. The story revolves around a man who believes that he can bring a human back to life after their demise, and when he accomplishes this task, the consequences leave him writhing with disbelief and absolute fear.Frankenstein (1818 edition) by Mary Shelley – Classic Gothic Romanticism at its Finest — BiblioNyan
Proving that there’s life in the story yet, a first edition of Mary Shelly’s novel Frankenstein sold at auction for $1.17m.
As there were only 500 copies made just over 200 years ago in its first run it’s no surprise that its attracted a premium price. The interest in the sale may even resurrect some interest in the book.
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