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Its alive These are just some of the words that come to mind when you think of classic horror writing I hear you asking yourself Just who wrote those famous words The answer Mary Shelly She is one of the masters of the genre of gothic horror This isnt just by chance Marys life was a total mess from the beginning to the end Because of these traumatic events she was to cast such a darkness on her writing which has never again been recreated in literature First off ever since Mary Shellys birth her life was to be disseminated with death In some ways the death of Marys mother was one of the lowest points in her childhood life Great Writers of the English Language 3 with her mother dead she was very lonely this was because her father didnt give her the love and security that a child needs In her book Frankenstein there is a direct correlation with this event in her life In the story Mary tells of the monster herself and how it kills its creators wife This in turn would be its mother Thus creating a situation for the monster with no mother Next when Mary turned the age of sixteen years she meet a man This man who went by the name Shelly took a liking to Mary This was even so dispite the fact that he was married Because of this her father tried to break up there relationship Mary and Shelly did not take a liking to this In order to escape the pressure of her father trying to separate them they fled to a different country where they then decided to elope There destination country ended up being after some searching the rolling hills of France This was a significant event because just as Mary and Shelly were traveling from place to place through Europe the Frankenstein monster aimlessly wondered throughout the woods
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