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  • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly (née Godwin; born August 30, 1797; died February 1, 1851) was an English writer who famously crafted Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. She is credited for her work on The Monster of Frankenstein.
  • Mary Shelley was an English novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer, best known for her Gothic novel Frankenstein. She appeared in the opening of "Fernkenstein's Monster" in Fern's report about how Mary Shelley made the most famous monster story in the world.
  • Mary Shelley was the author of the famed, Frankenstein.
  • Mary had hazel eyes, flecked with green. (AUDIO: The Silver Turk)
  • Mary Shelley était une écrivaine britannique du 19ème siècle. (Réalité extrapolée *) En 1818*, elle publia le roman "Frankenstein ou le Prométhée moderne". (ENT: "Horizon")
  • Mary Shelley is a Lynx appearing in Armored Core 4. She is ranked as the #5 Original and is recognized as Bernard and Felix Foundation's most revered pilot. Renown for her legendary skill as a sniper, her combat style helped shape her corporation's philosophy.
  • Mary Shelley was a Human author from England on Earth in the 19th century. She is probably best known for her book Frankenstein. (ENT: "Horizon") Mary Shelley was the wife of Percy Bysshe Shelley
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  • Mary Shelley ist eine menschliche Schriftstellerin aus dem 19. Jahrhundert der Erde. Sie ist mit einem Poeten verheiratet. Shelley schreibt den Roman Frankenstein. Im Jahr 2153 organisiert Commander Charles Tucker in der Messe der Enterprise (NX-01) an drei aufeinanderfolgenden Abenden die Aufführung der auf diesen Roman basierenden Spielfilme Frankenstein, Frankensteins Braut und Frankensteins Sohn. Er versucht auch T'Pol davon zu überzeugen, sich zumindest den ersten Film anzusehen. T'Pol, die nach eigener Aussage kein Interesse an Horrorfilmen hat, lehnt zunächst ab und schlägt alternativ eine Lesung des Originalwerkes vor. Sie hält eine solche für besser geeignet, dem Publikum die wahre Intention der Autorin zu vermitteln. (ENT: )
  • Mary Shelley ist ein Mensch des 19. Jahrhunderts. Sie wird eine Begleiterin des Achten Doctors und begegnet auch dem Zehnten Doctor.
  • Mary Godwin's mother died when she was eleven days old; afterwards, she and her older half-sister, Fanny Imlay, were raised by her father. When Mary was four, Godwin married his neighbour, Mary Jane Clairmont. Godwin provided his daughter with a rich, if informal, education, encouraging her to adhere to his liberal political theories. In 1814, Mary Godwin began a romantic relationship with one of her father’s political followers, the married Percy Bysshe Shelley. Together with Mary's stepsister, Claire Clairmont, they 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. They married in late 1816 after the suici
  • Mary Shelley, as seen in the episode, The Modern Prometheus, was based upon the actual writer (1797 – 1851), author of Frankenstein, a classic novel that also played a role in the episode. Within the context of the episode, Mary and her husband, Percy, are two of the guests at Lord Byron's house in Switzerland in 1816. Other guests were Mary's stepsister, Claire Clairmont, and Methos in his guise of a doctor, who, according to Byron, was interested in seducing Mary.
  • Mary Shelley was a British novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer, best known for her Gothic novel Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. The conception of Shelley's seminal work was bred from a popular tale in which she, her lover the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lord Byron and John William Polidori spent a summer evening at the Villa Diodati, a house Byron rented by Lake Geneva in Switzerland. Byron challenged each of them to craft a tale of macabre horror, which would be read and reviewed by one another to judge which one was the most terrifying. From this, Mary Shelley breathed life into what would become one of the most infamous stories of all time -- Frankenstein. It has been argued that Shelley's Frankenstein represents not only a seminal pi
  • The Doctor kept mentioning that he knew Mary Shelley through all his incarnations, but the Eighth Doctor mentioned it all the time, in almost every ear story for a decade. So finally they decided, fuck it, if H. G. Wells can be a companion, why not her too? Plus, her second novel, The Last Man, has a prologue saying it was inspired her bizarre scientific adventures with an unnamed traveling companion, so, come on, right?
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Auftritte
  • Army of Death
  • Mary's Story
  • The Creative Spark
  • The Silver Turk
  • The Witch from the Well
Appear
  • Highlander: The Series, in the Season Five episode The Modern Prometheus
Geschlecht
  • weiblich
Known Aliases
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Bildbreite
  • 270
Year of Death
  • 1851
cartoon first appeared
  • "Fernkenstein's Monster"
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Birthplace
  • Somers Town, London
Animal
  • Cat
Voice
Appearances
Job
  • Author
Eyes
  • Black
Origin
Deathplace
  • Chester Square, London
Status
  • Deceased
  • KIA
Affiliation
First Appearance
  • Frankenstein
Spouse
  • Percy Shelley
Hair
  • Black
  • Brown
Actor
  • Tracy Keating
Name
  • Mary Shelley
  • Mary Shelley
  • Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft
Align
  • right
First
  • The Creative Spark
year of birth
  • 1797
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  • 30
Birthdate
  • 1797-08-30
Character Name
  • Mary Shelley
Child
  • Mary Shelley's child
Alternative Names
  • Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft
Years Active
  • 2009
Date of Death
  • 1851-02-01
Alias
  • Mary Godwin
Voice Actor
  • Julie Cox
Played By
Species
  • Human
Title
  • Mary Shelley
Titles
  • Writer
Rank
  • Original # 5
BGCOLOR
  • #c6dbf7
Specialty
  • Long-Range Sniper
Color
  • AC4
Deathdate
  • 1851-02-01
Sister
  • Claire Clairmont
Place of Birth
  • London, England
  • Somers Town, London, England
Place of death
  • Bournemouth, England
Died
  • --02-01
Occupation
ID
  • 791217
  • Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1759–1851
  • nm0791217
Family
Classification
  • Human
Gender
  • Female
Craft
  • NEXT Prometheus
Position
  • Writer
Born
  • --08-30
Source
  • — Mary Shelley, "Preface", Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • — From Mary Shelley, Valperga
  • — William Godwin to Mary Shelley
Birthname
  • Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin
Quote
  • "The qualities that struck any one newly introduced to Shelley, were, first, a gentle and cordial goodness that animated his intercourse with warm affection, and helpful sympathy. The other, the eagerness and ardour with which he was attached to the cause of human happiness and improvement."
  • "[Euthanasia] was never heard of more; even her name perished....The private chronicles, from which the foregoing relation has been collected, end with the death of Euthanasia. It is therefore in public histories alone that we find an account of the last years of the life of Castruccio."
  • "[Frankenstein] is the most wonderful work to have been written at twenty years of age that I ever heard of. You are now five and twenty. And, most fortunately, you have pursued a course of reading, and cultivated your mind in a manner the most admirably adapted to make you a great and successful author. If you cannot be independent, who should be?"
Date of Birth
  • 1797-08-30
Short Description
  • English romantic/gothic novelist
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  • Mary Shelley Julie Cox.jpg
Nationality
  • English
Previous Companion
First story
Next Companion
Travelled with
Last story
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  • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly (née Godwin; born August 30, 1797; died February 1, 1851) was an English writer who famously crafted Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. She is credited for her work on The Monster of Frankenstein.
  • Mary Shelley was an English novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer, best known for her Gothic novel Frankenstein. She appeared in the opening of "Fernkenstein's Monster" in Fern's report about how Mary Shelley made the most famous monster story in the world.
  • Mary Shelley was the author of the famed, Frankenstein.
  • The Doctor kept mentioning that he knew Mary Shelley through all his incarnations, but the Eighth Doctor mentioned it all the time, in almost every ear story for a decade. So finally they decided, fuck it, if H. G. Wells can be a companion, why not her too? Plus, her second novel, The Last Man, has a prologue saying it was inspired her bizarre scientific adventures with an unnamed traveling companion, so, come on, right? So, when they did A Company of Friends, a set of short adventures of Eight with his most famous non-audio companions (Benny from the VNAs, Fitz from the EDAs, and Izzy from the DWM comics), they had Jonathan Morris write one for Mary as kind of a joke. It turned out the comics had beaten them to it by a year (so technically the infobox should say The Creative Spark), but who cares, the story was GOAT. So they decided to add Eight back to the monthly line, despite having his own separate EDA line at the same time, just so they could give him a whole season with Mary. Which started off with The Silver Turk, so obviously, good decision, Nick Briggs.
  • Mary had hazel eyes, flecked with green. (AUDIO: The Silver Turk)
  • Mary Shelley était une écrivaine britannique du 19ème siècle. (Réalité extrapolée *) En 1818*, elle publia le roman "Frankenstein ou le Prométhée moderne". (ENT: "Horizon")
  • Mary Shelley was a British novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, and travel writer, best known for her Gothic novel Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. The conception of Shelley's seminal work was bred from a popular tale in which she, her lover the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lord Byron and John William Polidori spent a summer evening at the Villa Diodati, a house Byron rented by Lake Geneva in Switzerland. Byron challenged each of them to craft a tale of macabre horror, which would be read and reviewed by one another to judge which one was the most terrifying. From this, Mary Shelley breathed life into what would become one of the most infamous stories of all time -- Frankenstein. It has been argued that Shelley's Frankenstein represents not only a seminal piece of horror fiction, but is the world's first science fiction novel as well (despite the fact that Shelley only vaguely references the scientific processes used in the creation of Victor Frankenstein's monster). Mary Shelley has also been the subject of several films. She first appeared as a character in the opening prologue to the 1935 film The Bride of of Frankenstein. Actress Elsa Lanchester played the role of Shelley as well as the Bride. In 1986, director Ken Russell produced the film Gothic, which chronicled the events of the summer of 1818 at the Villa Diodati. The late actress Natasha Richardson played the role of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin]. Mary Shelley was also a central figure in the 1990 film Frankenstein Unbound where she was played by actress Bridget Fonda. In this film, Shelley meets a time-traveling scientist named Joe Buchanan (John Hurt), who comes back to the 18th century and meets Shelley as well as the Frankenstein Monster.
  • Mary Shelley is a Lynx appearing in Armored Core 4. She is ranked as the #5 Original and is recognized as Bernard and Felix Foundation's most revered pilot. Renown for her legendary skill as a sniper, her combat style helped shape her corporation's philosophy.
  • Mary Shelley was a Human author from England on Earth in the 19th century. She is probably best known for her book Frankenstein. (ENT: "Horizon") Mary Shelley was the wife of Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Mary Shelley Real Name Unknown Job Titles Writer Gender First publication Unknown
  • Mary Shelley ist eine menschliche Schriftstellerin aus dem 19. Jahrhundert der Erde. Sie ist mit einem Poeten verheiratet. Shelley schreibt den Roman Frankenstein. Im Jahr 2153 organisiert Commander Charles Tucker in der Messe der Enterprise (NX-01) an drei aufeinanderfolgenden Abenden die Aufführung der auf diesen Roman basierenden Spielfilme Frankenstein, Frankensteins Braut und Frankensteins Sohn. Er versucht auch T'Pol davon zu überzeugen, sich zumindest den ersten Film anzusehen. T'Pol, die nach eigener Aussage kein Interesse an Horrorfilmen hat, lehnt zunächst ab und schlägt alternativ eine Lesung des Originalwerkes vor. Sie hält eine solche für besser geeignet, dem Publikum die wahre Intention der Autorin zu vermitteln. (ENT: )
  • Mary Shelley, as seen in the episode, The Modern Prometheus, was based upon the actual writer (1797 – 1851), author of Frankenstein, a classic novel that also played a role in the episode. Within the context of the episode, Mary and her husband, Percy, are two of the guests at Lord Byron's house in Switzerland in 1816. Other guests were Mary's stepsister, Claire Clairmont, and Methos in his guise of a doctor, who, according to Byron, was interested in seducing Mary. Mary was presented as unprepared for the debauchery of the weekend, and apparently overinduled in the opiates available and was taken under the care of Methos in his role as doctor. She was then wracked by nightmare visions of her deceased daughter. Methos attended her and tried to comfort her; "Perhaps, dear Mary, death is not truly journey's end, but just another turn in the road. If we believe that we can live without fear." Byron on the other hand, suggested either seduction or possibly rape. Methos, however, stopped Byron's excesses and dragged him from Mary's bed. When Byron later took his first quickening and died in the effort, Mary was a witness to his revival from death. Methos was forced to try and make explanations, but she snapped that she was not the foolish Claire to be swayed by weak excuses about a trick of the storm. Methos ceded to her request and told her, "He is not governed by the rules of mortal flesh. He is of a different kind....I am like him, immortal. I beseech you, tell no one of this. We must live in secret." Mary grasped the problem immediately, and her sympathy was aroused, "Or you would be hunted....Poor tormented creature. The sad hero of a never-ending story. Resurrected by lightning to eternal life. To eternal loneliness." Byron recovered and led the way back to the house, with an invitation to the fire and story telling. Mary agreed that she had a story to tell: "Mine will be about the anguish of immortality.... Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus. A man born of fire."
  • Mary Godwin's mother died when she was eleven days old; afterwards, she and her older half-sister, Fanny Imlay, were raised by her father. When Mary was four, Godwin married his neighbour, Mary Jane Clairmont. Godwin provided his daughter with a rich, if informal, education, encouraging her to adhere to his liberal political theories. In 1814, Mary Godwin began a romantic relationship with one of her father’s political followers, the married Percy Bysshe Shelley. Together with Mary's stepsister, Claire Clairmont, they 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. They married in late 1816 after the suicide of Percy Shelley's first wife, Harriet. In 1816, the couple famously spent a summer with Lord Byron, John William Polidori, and Claire Clairmont near Geneva, Switzerland, where Mary conceived the idea for her novel Frankenstein. The Shelleys left Britain in 1818 for Italy, where their second and third children died before Mary Shelley gave birth to her last and only surviving child, Percy Florence. In 1822, her husband drowned when his sailing boat sank during a storm in the Bay of La Spezia. A year later, Mary Shelley returned to England and from then on devoted herself to the upbringing of her son and a career as a professional author. The last decade of her life was dogged by illness, probably caused by the brain tumour that was to kill her at the age of 53. Until the 1970s, Mary Shelley was known mainly for her efforts to publish Percy Shelley's works and for her novel Frankenstein, which remains widely read and has inspired many theatrical and film adaptations. Recent scholarship has yielded a more comprehensive view of Mary Shelley’s achievements. Scholars have shown increasing interest in her literary output, particularly in her novels, which include the historical novels Valperga (1823) and Perkin Warbeck (1830), the apocalyptic novel The Last Man (1826), and her final two novels, Lodore (1835) and Falkner (1837). Studies of her lesser-known works such as the travel book Rambles in Germany and Italy (1844) and the biographical articles for Dionysius Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia (1829–46) support the growing view that Mary Shelley remained a political radical throughout her life. Mary Shelley's works often argue that cooperation and sympathy, particularly as practised by women in the family, were the ways to reform civil society. This view was a direct challenge to the individualistic Romantic ethos promoted by Percy Shelley and the Enlightenment political theories articulated by her father, William Godwin. __TOC__
  • Mary Shelley ist ein Mensch des 19. Jahrhunderts. Sie wird eine Begleiterin des Achten Doctors und begegnet auch dem Zehnten Doctor.
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