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Author: Mary Lowe-Evans
ISBN: 0805785973
Pages: 98 pages
Publisher: Twayne Pub (July 1, 1993)
Language: English
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e-Book Frankenstein: Mary Shelley's Wedding Guest (Twayne's Masterwork Studies) epub download

by Mary Lowe-Evans



From the vast cultural upheavals that came with the French Revolution arose Mary Shelley's famous novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1818).

From the vast cultural upheavals that came with the French Revolution arose Mary Shelley's famous novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1818). The novel promotes the highest ideal of Romanticism: the potential for human goodness to thrive unfettered by law. Yet, like the Victorian thought already creeping into Shelley's England, Frankenstein also asks whether we can truly live by that ideal.

Mary Lowe-Evans is associate professor of English at the University of West Florida. Series: Twayne's Masterwork Studies (Book 126). Publisher: Twayne Pub (July 1, 1993). ISBN-13: 978-0805785975. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

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Lowe-Evans offers rich biographical background for Shelley's reflections on the institution, particularly . From the vast cultural upheavals that came with the French Revolution arose Mary Shelley's famous novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1818).

Lowe-Evans offers rich biographical background for Shelley's reflections on the institution, particularly the legacy of her father, philosopher William Godwin, who peaked the Romantics' scorn for marriage with his infamous treatise Political Justice.

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Chapter 5 of Frankenstein: Mary Shelley's Wedding Guest (New York: Twayne Publishers, 1993), 30-40. Continue for the present to write to m. .I may receive your letters on some occasions when I need them most to support my spirits. But, as outlined in the first chapter of this book, Mary Shelley's childhood was marked by a period of agitation against the marriage laws and against marriage itself. In a study arguing that Mary Shelley meant to promote an androgynous philosophy in Frankenstein, William Veeder also notes Margaret Saville's significance in the novel. Veeder asserts that Margaret Saville has "been seriously undervalued by critics.

Mary Shelley (1797 – 1851) - life and works Mary Shelley was born in.The living thing, to get revenge, kills all those who Frankenstein loves

Mary Shelley (1797 – 1851) - life and works Mary Shelley was born in 1797 to well-known parents: author and feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and philosopher William Godwin. Unfortunately, Wollstonecraft died as the result of Mary's birth. At sixteen she met the young poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, a disciple of her father's teachings. The living thing, to get revenge, kills all those who Frankenstein loves.

is identified as Mary Wollstonecraft.

Relates the plot and characters of the Frankenstein story to Mary Shelley's own life and to the broader controversies of the time