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Mrs. Shelley

Lucy Madox Rossetti (1843-1894)

1. 00 - Preface
2. 01 - Chapter I: PARENTAGE - Part 1
3. 02 - Chapter I: PARENTAGE - Part 2
4. 03 - Chapter II, Part I: GIRLHOOD OF MARY--PATERNAL TROUBLES
5. 04 - Chapter II, Part II: GIRLHOOD OF MARY--PATERNAL TROUBLES
6. 05 - Chapter III, Part I: SHELLEY
7. 06 - Chapter III, Part II: SHELLEY
8. 07 - Chapter III, Part III SHELLEY
9. 08 - Chapter IV: MARY AND SHELLEY- Part 1
10. 09 - Chapter IV: MARY AND SHELLEY- Part 2
11. 10 - CHAPTER V: LIFE IN ENGLAND
12. 11 - CHAPTER VI:DEATH OF SHELLEY'S GRANDFATHER, AND BIRTH OF A CHILD.Part 1
13. 12 - Chapter VI: DEATH OF SHELLEY'S GRANDFATHER, AND BIRTH OF A CHILD-Part 2
14. 13 - CHAPTER VII: FRANKENSTEIN.
15. 14 - CHAPTER VIII-RETURN TO ENGLAND, Part I
16. 15 - CHAPTER VIII: RETURN TO ENGLAND, Part 2
17. 16 - CHAPTER IX:LIFE IN ITALY, Part 1
18. 17 - CHAPTER IX: LIFE IN ITALY, Part 2
19. 18 - Chapter X: MARY'S DESPONDENCY AND BIRTH OF A SON
20. 19 - CHAPTER XI:GODWIN AND VALPERGA.
21. 20 - CHAPTER XII-LAST DAYS WITH SHELLEY, Part 1
22. 21 - CHAPTER XII: LAST DAYS WITH SHELLEY, Part 2
23. 22 - CHAPTER XIII: WIDOWHOOD
24. 23 - CHAPTER XIV: LITERARY WORK, Part 1
25. 24 - Chapter XIV: LITERARY WORK -Part 2
26. 25 - CHAPTER XV: LATER WORKS
27. 26 - CHAPTER XVI: ITALY REVISITED, Part 1
28. 27 - CHAPTER XVI: ITALY REVISITED, Part 2
29. 28 - Chapter XVII: Last Years

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Summary

I have to thank all the previous students of Shelley as poet and man--not last nor least among whom is my husband--for their loving and truthful research on all the subjects surrounding the life of Mrs.Shelley. -Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti Mrs. Shelley is a biography of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley, author of Frankenstein and other works, wife of Percy Shelley, daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin who penned The Vindication of the Rights of Women, and daughter of William Godwin, a philosopher and novelist. The life of this woman, who at nineteen wrote a story that has become a part of everyday culture, is its own story to tell. The author Lucy Madox Brown Rossetti was the daughter of the artist Ford Madox Brown and the wife of William Michael Rossetti of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.