By Martin Garrett
This name covers intimately the 3 major phases of Mary Shelley's amazing existence: her youth as daughter of 2 of the easiest identified radical writers in their age - Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin; the travels, losses, tensions and inventive fulfillment of her time with Percy Bysshe Shelley from 1814; and her lengthy widowhood from 1822 and her later works. This chronology follows most of these reports and actions, the genesis and e-book historical past of her writings, her travels, friendships and intimate relationships with a number of different significant figures of the Romantic interval.
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156, speculates that they may visit the electrical scientist Andrew Crosse while they are in Devon. July 1 (Sat) PBS leaves Torquay to look at a house in Windsor and then returns to London. MWG now or later goes to Clifton, near Bristol. 15). August 4 (Fri) MWG and PBS move into a furnished house at Bishopsgate, the eastern entrance to Windsor Great Park, later a setting in The Last Man. Late this month MWG, PBS, Peacock, and Charles Clairmont row up the Thames to Reading, Oxford 1816 19 (where they visit PBS’s former rooms and the Bodleian) and Lechlade, where they probably stay at the New Inn during 4–6 September.
27 They are with Mrs Mason, as often during their stay here. 29 Death of King George III and accession of George IV. The Shelleys and CC move into Casa Frassi. 31 Mrs Mason calls with her daughters, Laurette and Nerina. 31 – 2 February PBS is in Livorno. February 11 (Thurs) Probable date on which MWS ﬁnishes correcting Mathilda. 20 Mrs Mason talks to the Shelleys and CC about the Irish rising of 1798, to one of the leaders of which she was related (Journals, pp. 3). 1820 45 28 The Gisbornes visit, bringing with them the Shelleys’ new servant, Caterina.
6d. or 5s. 8). Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine III (April–September 1818), pp. 412–16, praises the book’s attractive simplicity at the implied expense of Lady Morgan’s more ambitious and outspoken France (1817). 17). The Eclectic Review, 2nd series, vol. 9, May 1818, wonders whether the whole account is invented. 8 She joins PBS in London at 19 Mabledon Place, Euston Road. They see the Hunts and Godwin often, Baxter on 9 and, with his son-in-law Booth, on 13, the publisher Charles Ollier on 11, Keats on 18.