One day Mary meet a young poet names Percy Bysshe Shelley at the time Percy was married to a nineteen year old but also felled in love with Mary. Then Mary also felled In love with him. On Percy 22nd birthday he took Mary to Europe with him while over there Percy wife drowned Percy and Mary almost immediately got married. They marriage date was December 16 1816, Mary was impregnated a couple times but her babies never made it they were either premature or died in the womb. She had one surviving child that made it through manhood luckily.
Her first child was born prematurely and survived for only eleven days; her second child died of malaria; the next child succumbed to dysentery after sustaining life for about a year; and her sister Fanny committed suicide. 4. Mary Shelley was denounced by her beloved father; who thought that she “had been guilty of a crime.” Shelley, who was seventeen at the time, was not yet a wife and no longer a mother. She felt insecure and was dependent on her future husband Per Shelley for emotional support and familial commitment. 5.
When he was 27 Poe fell in love with his cousin Virginia Clemm, and married her when she was only 13 years old. On January 30 1847 two years before the poem ... ... middle of paper ... ...ecause this short story is about someone hating a person so much that he is willing to kill. This story t keeps a person wondering what is the reason of such anger for revenge. This is the same situation with "Annabel Lee" we know that Poe was possibly missing Virginia and he wanted to express or let his readers know the love they had for each other a long time ago Work sited "Edgar Allan Poe." 2014.
Shelley returned to London to give birth to a daughter only to lose the child two weeks later. Percy Shelley proposed to Mary Godwin and they were married in 1816. Shelley became pregnant again and again lost the child at birth. Out of four children, only one survived, Percy (Drabble 121). While the Shelley’s were traveling thought Italy, they had sent letters to their friends asking for financial support.
At an early age, John Keats followed his dad’s footsteps and assisted him with the farm that provided for his parents and three siblings. However his home life quickly became disastrous when his father was killed by a horse. This tragic occurence may have sparked his perspective on life that allowed him to develop his romantic style of writing. After his father’s died, Keat’s mother walked out on her children and remarried leaving them with their grandmother. After a while, the mother of the family returned home but tragedy struck again and the woman died of tuberculosis when the child was fourteen in 1810.
David, ashamed of his unsuccessfulness and shadowed by his more famous wife, left her and their now three kids. Eliza, unable to support her three children alone, became a charity case. In October of 1811 she gave up acting when she became seriously ill. On December 8th, 1811, at age 24 Eliza Poe died leaving her three children without homes. Frances Allan, one woman who had been part of the charity helping Eliza, had convinced her husband John Allan to let them take little Edgar in, but they never formally adopted him. John had promised David Poe’s relatives that Edgar would receive a proper and good education.