Mary Shelley and “The Invisible Girl”


This week Maggie and Harmony examine everyone’s favorite gothic author, Mary Shelley and one of her short stories, “The Invisible Girl.” They examine Shelley’s radical parents, her gothic worthy life, and her subversive spin on the Gothic genre. They also examine “The Invisible Girl,” as the 1800’s version of an empowering fairy tale.

In this episode:

Mary Shelley’s Invisible Girl meets the Invisible Man

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