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Christina Rossetti
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Christina Rossetti
(Kathryn Burlinson )


Christina Rossetti : Passion & Devastation
(Christina Rossetti, K. E. Sullivan )
(Illustrated Poetry Anthology)

Goblin Market : A Tale of Two Sisters
(Christina Rossetti, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Illustrator), William Morris )
Experience the temptation, pleasure, punishment, and redemption of Christina Rossetti's brilliant poetic masterpiece in this classic keepsake edition, gorgeously illustrated with Pre-Raphaelite paintings by Christina's brother, Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Published in 1862, this phantasmagoric tale of two maidens seduced by lewd goblin men provides a startling glimpse into the depths of the Victorian psyche. Full color throughout .

Poems and Prose
(Christina Rossetti, Jan Marsh (Editor) )
Rossetti was considered by many of her contemporaries to be Britain's finest living poet; technically virtuous and full of mystic yearning, her poetry ranges from the immensely popular "Goblin Market" to ballads, love lyrics, sonnets, and religious poetry. This long awaited edition recalls a poet of breathtaking variety and strange magic to a public that has too long neglected her.

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