monster: the story of a young mary shelly by M.R. Arnold
Biographical Historical fition, 232 PP
An assumed, yet well-researched, backstory on how and why a young woman of privileged means in the early 1800’s could write a novel like Frankenstein. Which comes first? Creativity or madness? Does one drive the other? Great book club selection, too, especially for an October read. Monster – The Story of a Young Mary Shelley
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