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  1. › wiki › Mary_ShelleyMary Shelley - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · Together with her stepsister, Claire Clairmont, she and Percy left for France and travelled through Europe. Upon their return to England, Mary was pregnant with Percy's child. Over the next two years, she and Percy faced ostracism, constant debt and the death of their prematurely born daughter.

  2. 25 de may. de 2024 · Readers were offered the Mary edited version of ‘Mrs Shelley’, a romanticised, legitimately married, young girl adventuring with poets and writing in union with them. Her step-sister and short-term mistress of Byron, Jane ‘Claire’ Clairmont, and her daughter Allegra, were simply not mentioned.

  3. 20 de may. de 2024 · Ambos se fueron a vivir a Francia junto a la hermanastra de Mary, Claire Clairmont. Percy fue un factor esencial en la vida de la escritora; le ocasionó las más grandes felicidades, sin embargo, también estuvo presente la tristeza con profundidad.

  4. › wiki › Lord_ByronLord Byron - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · Byron was antagonistic towards Allegra's mother, Claire Clairmont, and prevented her from seeing the child. [67] During his time in Greece, Byron took interest in a Turkish Muslim nine-year old girl called Hato or Hatagée which he seriously considered adopting.

  5. 29 de may. de 2024 · Dicen las crónicas históricas que en la suiza Villa Diodati, en 1816 y durante una noche de tormenta, los amigos Lord Byron, Mary Wollstonecraft (más tarde Mary Shelley), Claire Clairmont, Percy Shelley y John Polidori se retaron a escribir el relato más aterrador.

  6. 28 de may. de 2024 · Byron sailed up the Rhine River into Switzerland and settled at Geneva, near Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Godwin (soon to be Mary Shelley), who had eloped and were living with Claire Clairmont, Godwin’s half sister. (Byron had begun an affair with Clairmont in England.)

  7. 25 de may. de 2024 · Frankenstein was conceived by Mary Shelley, at least in part as a response to Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Émile, ou De L’éducation (1762), which she, Percy Shelley and Claire Clairmont read on their journey to the continent in 1814.