Pulling the curtains aside, Tomalin reminded the audience that Mary's daughter Mary married Percy Bysshe Shelley and wrote Frankenstein.
Claire Tomalin said that Mary, having lost her job as a governess in Ireland, came to Southwark in 1788.
Her autobiography says the 'Anglo-Irish feminist, intellectual and writer, Mary Wollstonecraft, was born in Spitalfields London in 1759.'
Does the fact she worked as a governess in Ireland make her 'Anglo-Irish?'
The Duke of Wellington was born in Ireland and is also described as Anglo-Irish.
Was Bram Stoker (born in Ireland) the author of Dracula Irish or Anglo-Irish.?