The 1826 novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, author of Frankenstein, revised and edited for modern readers.

(20) Chapter I.

Travelogue and tears attend the hero’s welcome awaiting Lord Raymond, still a prisoner of war as Volume 2 begins.

(17) Chapter 9.

After a musical evening, Perdita tells her brother Lionel that he cannot understand what woman’s love is.

(16) Inter-Chapter

Letters written by three different women (including Mary Shelley) form a new modern gateway to the closing chapters of Volume 1.


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