Does it matter if Mary Shelley was bisexual?

  The Guardian 
Her letters show that the author turned to women after her husband’s death. It’s an important insight into intimate history – and an inspiring example Mary Shelley is a queen. Daughter of modern feminism’s founder, Mary Wollstonecraft, and the radical thinker William Godwin, this rebellious woman wrote one of the earliest and most influential gothic horror novels: Frankenstein. Published in 1818,
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