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Mary Shelley
     At the tender age of eighteen, Shelley penned the iconic novel "Frankenstein," which catapulted her into literary immortality. This groundbreaking work, published in 1818, explored profound themes of ambition, creation, and the moral implications of playing god. Through the tale of the ambitious scientist Victor Frankenstein and his tormented creation, Shelley delved into the depths of human nature, provoking questions that continue to resonate with readers to this day.