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  1. Mary Jane Godwin (née de Vial; pseudonymed Mary Jane Clairmont; 1768 – 17 June 1841) was an English author, publisher, and bookseller. She was the second wife of William Godwin and stepmother to Mary Shelley.

  2. En diciembre de 1801, Mary Jane Clairmont contrajo matrimonio con William Godwin. Godwin tenía una hija, Mary, ocho meses mayor que Claire, y una hijastra, Fanny Imlay. Las niñas crecerían siendo amigas y manteniéndose en contacto la una con la otra a lo largo de sus vidas.

  3. Mary Jane Godwin | British Travel Writing. Godwin, Mary Jane née Vial, previously Clairmont, 1766—1841. by Benjamin Colbert. Mary Jane Vial Godwin was probably born in Exeter, the daughter of Peter de Vial (d. 1791), a French ordinance merchant, and his first wife, Mary de Vial, née Tremlett (1740–74).

  4. William Godwin. Having married Mary Jane Clairmont in 1801, Godwin acquired two stepchildren to add to Wollstonecraft's two daughters. Mary Jane was a skilled translator who had worked for Benjamin Tabart in the children's-book trade.

  5. Mary Jane Clairmont Godwin, 1766 - 1841, mother of Charles and Claire Clairmont and the second wife of William Godwin. Little is known about her early life before she and Godwin were married in December 1801.

  6. Overview. Mary Jane Godwin. (1768—1841) translator and bookseller. Quick Reference. (?1765–1841), author and publisher of children's literature, mother and step-mother to William Godwin's children. An English woman who had been forced to flee wartime Europe calling herself ‘Mrs Clairmont’, Mary ...

  7. 19 de dic. de 2006 · Read this article. “A woman I shudder to think of”, Mary Shelley wrote of her stepmother, Mary Jane Clairmont Godwin, in 1814. This article examines the relationship between the two Marys – one the daughter of the celebrated, intellectual, charming Mary Wollstonecraft, the other the woman who stepped into her shoes, married her ...