Percy Bysshe Shelley, a controversial English writer of great personal conviction, devotes himself to opposing every form of tyranny. He was under the influence of advanced thinker William Godwin and the pioneering feminist writer Mary Wollstonecraft. The Revolt of Islam provides a poetic forum for Shelley to condemn oppression, war, tyrants, and their consequences and to recommend hope, enlightenment, love, moral dignity and freedom. Shelley chooses for his ideal revolutionist a woman character full of enthusiasm and intelligence for the same goal as the man. She, who is independent, progressive, and powerful, exclaims the liberty of woman from suppression of a man and a society. Shelley represents the precious values of the human heart through the story of violence and revolution, which are friendship, love, and natural affections. Shelley emphasizes liberating a woman, which means the equality to a man. He also shows that the liberty of a woman is, eventually, that of all the humankind. That is the Shelleyan ideal world in this work.