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Dante Gabriel Rossetti
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Collected Writings of Dante Gabriel Rossetti
(Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Jan Marsh (Editor) )
The Collected Writings of Dante Gabriel Rossetti allow the reader to enter the world of pre-Raphaelite poetry, to study the interaction between verbal and visual arts and to assess Rossetti's place in the canon of Victorian literature.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti
(Russell Ash )
Poet and painter, founder and acknowledged leader of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) has beguiled and intrigued for more than a century with his turbulent and romantic imagery. This beautifully illustrated book analyzes the life and career of this influential English painter. 63 illustrations, 53 in color.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Game That Must Be Lost
(Jerome J. McGann )
Resurrecting Dante Gabriel Rossetti, a major literary figure and visual artist of the second half of the nineteenth century, this book is a conscious reaction to the last sixty years of literary criticism - in which Rossetti's work has been diminished and downplayed. McGann asserts the enormity of Rossetti's accomplishment by pointing out that Rossetti was the central artistic and intellectual figure of his generation, whose influence extended from Swinburne to Wilde to Yeats of Pound. McGann ultimately contends that Rosetti was the major conceptual artist of his generation, whose work prefigured many of the major aesthetic shifts of the twentieth century.

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