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 Shelley, Mrs. Mary (b. 1797; d. 1851).Shenstone, William 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
(b. Field Place, Sussex, August 4th, 1792; d. Gulf of Spezzia, July 8th, 1822). “Zastrozzi” (1809); the greater part of “Original Poetry by Victor and Cazire” (1810); part of “Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson;” “The Necessity of Atheism;” “Queen Mab” (1813); “Alastor; or, the Spirit of Solitude” (1816); “St. Irvyne” (1818); “The Revolt of Islam” (1818); “Rosalind and Helen” (1818), “Julian and Maddalo” (1818); “The Cenci” (1819); “Peter Bell the Third” (1819); “Œdipus Tyrannus, or, Swellfoot the Tyrant” (1820); “The Witch of Atlas” (1820); “Epipsychidion” (1821); “Adonaïs” (1821); “Prometheus Unbound” (1821); “Hellas” (1821). See also “The Shelley Papers” (about 1815); “Remarks on Mandeville and Mr. Godwin” (1816); “The Coliseum” (about 1819), and a translation of Spinoza’s “Tractatus Theologico-Politicus” (1820); “Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations, and Fragments,” edited by Mrs. Shelley; “The Shelley Memorials,” edited by Lady Shelley; and R. Garnett’s “Relics of Shelley.” For Biography, see Hogg’s “Life of Shelley;” Trelawney’s “Recollections of the Last Days of Shelley and Byron;” Medwin’s “Life of Shelley;” articles by T. L. Peacock in Fraser’s Magazine for 1858 and 1860; Leigh Hunt’s “Autobiography,” “Correspondence,” and “Lord Byron and some of his Contemporaries,” “Shelley, by One who knew him” (Thornton Hunt), in The Atlantic Monthly for February, 1863; R. Garnett in Macmillan’s Magazine for June, 1860; “Shelley and his Writings,” by C. S. Middleton; Moore’s “Life of Lord Byron;” and the Memoirs by W. M. Rossetti, J. Addington Symonds (1878), and Barnett Smith (1877), “The Real Shelley,” by J. C. Jeaffreson (1880), Rossetti’s “Memoir of Shelley” (1886); Dowden’s “Life of P. B. Shelley” (1886). See the Criticism by A. C. Swinburne, in “Essays and Studies;” by De Quincey, in his “Essays,” vol. v.; by Professor Masson, in “Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats, and Other Essays,” by R. H. Hutton, in his “Essays,” and Leigh Hunt’s “Imagination and Fancy.” Best editions of “Poems,” Buxton Forman’s (1876–77), and Rossetti’s (1878). Prose Works, edited by Forman (1880). See also the publications of the “Shelley Society.”   1

 Shelley, Mrs. Mary (b. 1797; d. 1851).Shenstone, William 


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