Apart from the slant given MS
's reputation by the later fortunes of Frankenstein, most of the attention she garnered for generations considered her as a bit player in the lives of her husband...
Intertextuality and Influence
's highly-regarded hypertext Patchwork Girl, 1995, has been said to [pull] scraps from Mary Shelley, in order to demonstrate that human beings are, like the monster, patchwork assemblages.
Mills, Mara. “Our Computing Kin”. Women’s Review of Books, No. 4, pp. 26 - 8.