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Transcript of Mary Shelley
The Last Man (1826)
Perkin Warbeck (1830)
Falkner (1837). Mary Shelley's most famous book was Frankenstein. Mary Shelley's Inspiration It all began in the summer of 1816 in Geneva, Switzerland when Mary Shelley first read a book of the Fantasmagoriana, a collection of German ghost stories. After reading that story Mary Shelley was challenged to write a scary story. While everyone was writing their story Mary had a vision in which inspired her to write Frankenstein. Claire Clairmont Harriet Westbrook Percy Shelley Works Cited http://www.shmoop.com/mary-shelley/timeline.html
http://www.duluth.lib.mn.us/programs/frankenstein/shelleybio.html Half-sister Half-brother Step sister Step brother
Charles Clairmont Mary Shelley loved to travel around the world along with Percy. Mary and Percy traveled to Switzerland, Italy, London, France, England, Rome, and especially to her favorite place which was Germany.