Christina Rossetti: A Literary Biography
J. Cape, 1994 - Počet stran: 634
This account of Rossetti's life and creativity shows how Rossetti overcame emotional injury through her poetry. The biography tells how she grew up in her close, highly dramatic Italian family and lived a Christian life, yet wrote highly sexual, disturbing poems like Goblin Market.
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Jan Marsh is a reliable biographer of the Pre-Raphaelite Circle. Excellent coverage and commentary on the poetic works of Christina. This book brings the poet, her limited world, her family and her ... Přečíst celou recenzi
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