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Evading Sir Timothy's ban on a biography, Mary Shelley often included in these editions her own annotations and reflections on her husband's life and work. Cambridge University Press, Shelley uses the historical novel to comment on gender relations; for example, Valperga is a feminist version of Scott's masculinist genre. Victor Frankenstein's "thoughtless rejection of family", for example, is seen as evidence of Shelley's constant concern for the domestic. This page was last edited on 15 Novemberat At Bishopsgate, Percy wrote his poem Alastor ; and on 24 JanuaryMary gave birth to a second child, William, named after her father, and soon nicknamed "Willmouse". Garrett, Martin Mary Shelly.