Super Special: Mary Shelley: Goth Queen Mom Friend

Mary Shelley (1797-1851) was the calm in the eye of the storm that was literally everyone in her life: her parents, her stepmother, her stepsister, her husband, her husband’s BFF, literally EVERYONE was the most chaotic and she somehow stands out for just keeping it together all these years. She was the ultimate Goth Queen Mom Friend, casually invented a whole new genre of fiction/revolutionized English language literature while on the world’s worst couples getaway and while dealing with perpetual pregnancy and grief. To say we stan is an understatement.

References:

In Search of Mary Shelley by Fiona Sampson

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