Born on August 4, 1792 in Field Place, Horsham, Sussex, England
In 1802, he entered the Syon House Academy of Brentford, Middlesex.
In 1804, Shelley went to Eton College where was Bullied a lot. He was Bullied by his classmates who called him “Shelley Baits”. They would tear his clothes and rip his books out of his hands. They tormented him so much he would scream out in his extremely high pitched voice.
In 1811, Shelley published his second Gothic novel, St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian, and a pamphlet called The Necessity of Atheism. It gained the attention of the university administration and he appeared before the College board. His refusal to deny the authorship of the pamphlet resulted in his expulsion from Oxford on 25
At 19 years old, Shelley went to Scotland with the 16-year-old Harriet Westbrook. Harriet had been writing letters to Shelley saying that she was going to kill herself because she wasn't happy.
The body of Shelley's estranged wife Harriet was found. She was in the late stages of pregnancy.
Elena Adelaide Shelley is born
Drowned at age 29 in a storm