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Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley

Helen Edmundson

ISBN: 9781848422575

Presents the tale of Mary Shelley - and how she came to write one of the greatest stories ever told, aged just 19. This title explores Shelley's remarkable life: her controversial philosopher father, her scandalous elopement aged 16 and how she wrote a no

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This title presents the astonishing tale of Mary Shelley - and how she came to write one of the greatest stories ever told, aged just 19. This powerful new play explores Shelley's remarkable life: her controversial philosopher father, her scandalous elopement aged 16 and how she wrote a novel, so radical in its ideology, that in 1817 she changed the literary landscape forever. This title comes from the award-winning writer Helen Edmundson whose ground breaking adaptations ("Coram Boy", "Swallows and Amazons") have inspired generations of theatre makers.
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