Mary Shelley composed her famous novel Frankenstein (1818) amid a whirlwind of personal turmoil, important friendships, and significant travel. This course will retrace the path of her journeys from childhood to Frankenstein, visiting sites associated with her and her circle--including John Keats, Percy Shelley, and Lord Byron--in London, Geneva, Venice, Florence, and Rome as we investigate the relationships between an author's historical and imaginative realities.
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