Quote Me Series

Quote Me: Episode 10

Percy Shelley: Hog Wild

September 28, 2022

Percy Bysshe Shelley was born August 4, 1792. At the time he was considered a radical both politically and poetically. He is most well known for the pieces "Ozymandias," "To a Skylark," and "Prometheus Unbound." While he faced considerable family strife over his atheism, he eventually made good friends of Thomas Jefferson Hogg and Lord Byron. Mary Godwin, his second wife, is the author of Frankenstein. Shelley passed in a boating accident on July 8, 1822 at the age of 29. 

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Podcast Transcript
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