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  1. If your letters are ever published, all others that ever were published before will fall in the shade, and you will be looked on as the best letter writer that ever charmed their friends."--Mary Shelley to Claire Clairmont, 29 November 1842. Claire Clairmont embodied English romanticism in her life, her journals, and especially in her letters.

  2. Search for: 'Claire Clairmont' in Oxford Reference ». (1798–1879),daughter of Mary Clairmont, who became William Godwin's second wife. She accompanied Mary Godwin on her elopement with Shelley, and in spite of pursuit remained with them on the Continent. She returned to London with the Shelleys in 1816, fell in love with Byron, and when he ...

  3. 28 de mar. de 2010 · Daisy Hay was researching her first book in a New York public library when she found the manuscript – a fragment of a memoir by Claire Clairmont (1798-1879), Mary Shelley's pretty step-sister ...

  4. 28 de mar. de 2014 · Claire Clairmont was the archetypal Romantic woman, far more than her more famous step-sister, Mary Shelley. She was born, probably illegitimately, to a Mary Jane Deveraux, who happened to move to London close to the residence of one William Godwin, who was at that moment mourning the sudden death of his new wife, Mary Wollstonecraft, in childbirth.

  5. Claire Clairmont. Clara Mary Jane Clairmont (27 de abril de 1798 - 19 de março de 1879), ou Claire Clairmont como era comumente conhecida, foi irmã adotiva da escritora Mary Shelley e mãe da filha ilegitima de Lord Byron, Allegra Byron. [ 1] Acredita-se que ela seja o tema de um poema de Percy Bysshe Shelley .

  6. The Journals of Claire Clairmont. Claire Clairmont. Harvard University Press, 1968 - Biography & Autobiography - 571 pages. The diaries of Clara Mary Jane Clairmont are, so far as is known, the last of the major documents of the Shelley-Byron circle to be published. Only the writings of the Shelleys themselves surpass hers in importance for ...

  7. Claire Clairmont was the stepsister of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein, and she played a larger role in the society of Romantic writers than she’s often given credit for; but that’s not what she’s pissed off about. If she had lived in the twenty-first century, Claire would have been that girl in high school — you know the one ...