Percy Bysshe Shelley
4 de agosto de 1792 - 8 de julio de 1822
published a pamphlet called The Need for Atheism
Shelley produced the poetic allegory Alastor, or the spirit of loneliness
Claire Clairmont, que habría tenido una relación amorosa con lord Byron la anterior primavera, poco antes de volverse a ir a Ginebra
convinced James Henry Leigh Hunt, the British poet and publisher who had been one of his mainstays in England
It was a leap year starting on Wednesday according to the Gregorian calendar. It was the last leap year of the 19th century.
Only at the end of the 19th century did Shelley's work, or better said, her most innocuous work, became respectable between the bourgeoisie and high society