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14<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">ary Shelley was born Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin in Somers Town, London, in 1797. She was the second child of the feminist philosopher, educator and writer Mary Wollstonecraft and the first child of the philosopher, novelist and journalist William Godwin. Wollstonecraft died of puerperal fever shortly after Mary was born. Godwin was left to bring up Mary, along with her older half-sister, Fanny Imlay, Wollstonecraft&#39;s child by the American speculator Gilbert Imlay. A year after Wollstonecraft&#39;s death, Godwin published his Memoirs of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1798), which he intended as a sincere and compassionate tribute. However, because the Memoirs revealed Wollstonecraft&#39;s affairs and her illegitimate child, they were seen as shocking. Mary Godwin read these memoirs and her mother&#39;s books, and was brought up to cherish her mother&#39;s memory. Mary&#39;s earliest years were happy, judging from the
15 letters of William Godwin&#39;s housekeeper and nurse, Louisa Jones. But Godwin was often deeply in debt; feeling that he could not raise the children by himself, he cast about for a second wife. In December 1801, he married Mary Jane Clairmont, a well-educated woman with two young children of her own&mdash;Charles and Claire.[note 1] Most of Godwin&#39;s friends disliked his new wife, describing her as quick-tempered and quarrelsome;[note 2] but Godwin was devoted to her, and the marriage was a success. Mary Godwin, on the other hand, came to detest her stepmother. William Godwin&#39;s 19th-century biographer Charles Kegan Paul later suggested that Mrs Godwin had favoured her own children over those of Mary Wollstonecraft. Together, the Godwins started a publishing firm called M. J. Godwin, which sold children&#39;s books as well as stationery, maps, and games. However, the business did not turn a profit, and Godwin was forced to borrow substantial sums to keep it going. He continu
16 ed to borrow to pay off earlier loans, compounding his problems. By 1809, Godwin&#39;s business was close to failure, and he was &quot;near to despair&quot;. Godwin was saved from debtor&#39;s prison by philosophical devotees such as Francis Place, who lent him further money. Black-and-white engraving showing London buildings in the background and carriages and people in the foreground. The Polygon (at left) in Somers Town, London, between Camden Town and St Pancras, where Mary Godwin was born and spent her earliest years Though Mary Godwin received little formal education, her father tutored her in a broad range of subjects. He often took the children on educational outings, and they had access to his library and to the many intellectuals who visited him, including the Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the former vice-president of the United States Aaron Burr. Godwin admitted he was not educating the children according to Mary Wollstonecraft&#39;s philosophy as outlined in
17 works such as A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), but Mary Godwin nonetheless received an unusual and advanced education for a girl of the time. She had a governess, a daily tutor, and read many of her father&#39;s children&#39;s books on Roman and Greek history in manuscript. For six months in 1811, she also attended a boarding school in Ramsgate. Her father described her at age 15 as &quot;singularly bold, somewhat imperious, and active of mind. Her desire of knowledge is great, and her perseverance in everything she undertakes almost invinci</span><br />
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