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Shelley (Literature in perspective).
Shelley (Literature in perspective). 087471754X (ISBN13: 9780874717549).
Shelley was the heir to rich estates acquired by his grandfather, Bysshe (pronounced. The couple traveled to Lynmouth, Devon, where Shelley issued more political pamphlets, and then to North Wales, where they spent almost six months in 1812–13. Lack of money finally drove Shelley to moneylenders in London, where in 1813 he issued Queen Mab, his first major poem-a nine-canto mixture of blank verse and lyric measures that attacks the evils of the past and present (commerce, war, the eating of meat, the church, monarchy, and marriage) but ends with resplendent hopes for humanity when freed from these vices.
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At this challenge, Mary Shelley began work on the 'ghost story' that was to evolve into the most celebrated horror novel in literary history. Frankenstein was published the next year and become the rage of London. In the generations since, the story of Victor Frankenstein and the monster he created has been read by millions all over the world.
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Shelley retreated into his imagination. Shelley’s parents were so exasperated by their son’s actions that they demanded he forsake his beliefs, including vegetarianism, political radicalism and sexual freedom. Within a year’s time, he had published two novels and two volumes of poetry, including St Irvyne and Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson. In the fall of 1810, Shelly entered University College, Oxford. It seemed a better academic environment for him than Eton, but after a few months, a dean demanded that Shelley visit his office. In August 1811, Shelley eloped with Harriet Westbrook, a 16-year-old woman his parents had explicitly forbidden him to see.
Percy Bysshe Shelley The English romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) ranks as one of the greatest lyric poets in the history of English literature. Percy Bysshe Shelley was born at Field Place near Horsham, Sussex, on Aug. 4, 1792.
Shelley’s friend the banker Horace Smith stayed with the poet and his wife Mary (author of Frankenstein) in the . In addition to the Diodorus passage, Shelley must have recalled similar examples of boastfulness in the epitaphic tradition
Shelley’s friend the banker Horace Smith stayed with the poet and his wife Mary (author of Frankenstein) in the Christmas season of 1817. One evening, they began to discuss recent discoveries in the Near East. In the wake of Napoleon’s conquest of Egypt in 1798, the archeological treasures found there stimulated the European imagination. In addition to the Diodorus passage, Shelley must have recalled similar examples of boastfulness in the epitaphic tradition. In the Greek Anthology (. 77), for example, a gigantic tomb on a high cliff proudly insists that it is the eighth wonder of the world.