The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Gabriel Charles Dante Rossetti
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Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Lona Mosk Packer
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Publisher by : University of California Press
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Description : This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1963.


The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : D. G. Rossetti
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The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Lona Mosk Packer
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The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Christina Georgina Rossetti
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The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Dante Gabriel Rossetti
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The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Dante Gabriel Rossetti
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The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Lona Mosk Packer
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The Rossetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Lona Mosk Packer
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The Rosetti Macmillan Letters

Author by : Christina Georgina Rossetti
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Outsiders Looking In

Author by : David Clifford
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Publisher by : Anthem Press
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Description : This new interdisciplinary collection of writing explores the achievements of the Rossettis in the context of the Victorian era and in the light of modern cultural and literary criticism. 'Outsiders Looking In' considers the position that the Anglo-Italian Rossettis occupied in the cultural melee of mid-Victorian London, a status that was both central and fringe owing to their dual nationality.


Christina Rossetti

Author by : Dolores Rosenblum
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Publisher by : SIU Press
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Description : Christina Rossetti was considered the ideal female poet of her time. Her poetry was devotional, moral, and spoke of frustrated affection. Dolores Rosenblum presents a fresh reading of Rossetti's works and places them in the context of her life. Rosenblum shows that what was ostensibly devotional, moral, and loveless, was actually what Luce Irigaray calls "mimetism," a subtle parody and diversion of the male tradition of literature. Rossetti's work was unified, Rosenblum argues, because she was a deliberate poet, and by accepting the "burden of womanhood," she played out what men only symbolized as female in their art. By her mimicry and revision of the male tradition of literature, Christina Rossetti engaged the patriarchal tradition in ways that make it usable for the female experience, and that provide a critique of the male objectification of women in art. -- From publisher's description.


Christina Rossetti

Author by : Kathryn Burlinson
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : This study builds upon the radical reinterpretations of Christina Rossetti that have emerged in the last two decades. Using contemporary critical and feminist theory Kathryn Burlinson shows how Rossetti was a persistent critic of her culture and how she struggled throughout her life and writings with the gender ideologies of Victorian England. The imaginative range and depth of Rossetti's work, her fantasy, her fun, mystery and melancholy as well as her startling explorations of feminine identity are emphasised through rhymes, devotional writings, letters and short stories. Rossetti's familial and literary relations are also explored, showing how the Rossetti household was both inspirational and conditioning, supportive and restrictive for its youngest daughter, who nevertheless forged her own way and found her own voices: sensuous, anguished and always yearning for a better place to be.


The Correspondence Of Dante Gabriel Rossetti The Chelsea Years 1863 1872 Prelude To Crisis 1868 1870

Author by : Dante Gabriel Rossetti
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Publisher by : Samfundslitteratur
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Description : Represents the collection of extant Rossetti correspondence, a primary witness to the range of ideas and opinions that shaped Gabriel Rossetti's art and poetry. This work features known surviving letters, a total of almost 5,800 to over 330 recipients, and includes 2,000 letters by Rossetti and selected letters to him.


Writers Letters

Author by : Michael Bird
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Publisher by : White Lion Publishing
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Description : Writer’s Letters is a collection of fascinating letters written by great writers, from Dickens to De Beauvoir


The Afterlife Of Christina Rossetti

Author by : A. Chapman
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : Despite new historical study of her contexts, Christina Rossetti continues to haunt the reader as a displaced subjectivity emptied of history. Through an analysis of the posthumous in her work, the construction of 'Christina Rossetti' by her brothers, and the history of reception, this study asks how 'speaking with the dead' can avoid critical ventriloquy. The figure of the mother is offered as a paradigm for theorising a new reading that refuses to exorcise the ghost of 'Christina Rossetti'.


The Achievement Of Christina Rossetti

Author by : David A. Kent
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Publisher by : Cornell University Press
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Description : Bringing to bear a variety of perspectives on the poetry, prose, and letters of a writer whose work is just now beginning to emerge from critical neglect, this collection edited by David A. Kent should play an important role in the re-evaluation of Christina Rossetti. It consists of fifteen essays by gifted Victorian scholars who represent a wide range of methodologies and critical concerns, and it offers alternatives to the autobiographical approach that has limited appreciation of Rossetti the writer.


Ventures Into Childland

Author by : U. C. Knoepflmacher
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Publisher by : University of Chicago Press
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Description : Behind the innocent face of Victorian fairy tales such as Through the Looking Glass or Mopsa the Fairy lurks the spectre of an intense nineteenth-century debate about the very nature - and ownership - of childhood. In the engagingly written Ventures into Childland, U.C. Knoepflmacher illuminates this debate. Offering brilliant rereadings of classics from the "Golden Age of Children's Literature" as well as literature commonly considered "grown-up," Knoepflmacher probes deeply into the relations between adults and children, adults and their own childhood selves, and between the lives of beloved Victorian authors and their "children's tales."


A Rossetti Family Chronology

Author by : A. Chapman
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book focuses on Christina and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, it demonstrates the interconnectedness of their friendships and creativity, giving information about literary composition and artistic output, publication and exhibition, and details literary and artistic influences. It draws on many unpublished sources, including letters and diaries.


Routledge Revivals English Poetry In The Later Nineteenth Century 1933

Author by : B. Ifor Evans
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : First published in 1933, this study, which underwent revision in the 1960s, is a comprehensive survey of the verse of English nineteenth-century poets whose work appeared after 1860. A special feature is the full and critical treatment of minor writers. In no other book is their work so carefully evaluated. There is a full account of the minor Pre-Raphaelites, of James Thomson, the poet of The City of Dreadful Night, of Henley, Stevenson and George MacDonald. John Davidson is the subject of a long and revealing study. Evans suggests that poetry from the late nineteenth century is neglected in scholarly study, and that Victorian Romanticism deserves more attention than it has recently received.


Macmillan S Magazine 1859 1907

Author by : George J. Worth
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Macmillan's Magazine has long been recognized as one of the most significant of the many British literary/intellectual periodicals that flourished in the second half of the nineteenth century. Yet the first volume of the Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals (1966) pointed out that 'There is no study of Macmillan's Magazine' - and that lack has been only partially remedied in all the decades since. In this work, George Worth addresses five principal questions. Where did Macmillan's come from, and why in 1859? Who or what was the guiding spirit behind the Magazine, especially in its early, formative years? What cluster of ideas gave it such coherence as it manifested during that period? How did it and its parent firm deal with authors and juggle their periodical work and the books they produced for Macmillan and Co.? And what, finally, accounted for the palpable decline in the quality and fiscal health of Macmillan's during the last 25 years of its life and, ultimately, for its death? Worth includes a treasure trove of original material about the Magazine much of it drawn from unpublished manuscripts and other previously untapped primary sources. Macmillan's Magazine, 1859-1907 contributes to the understanding not only of one significant Victorian periodical but also, more generally, of the literary and cultural milieu in which it originated, flourished, declined, and expired.


Haunted Texts

Author by : William Evan Fredeman
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Publisher by : University of Toronto Press
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Description : Begun by young rebels committed to revolutionizing the creative arts, Pre-Raphaelitism has moved from the margins of nineteenth-century art and literature to the vanguard of interdisciplinary studies. The term is now used to denote the Pre-Raphaelite, Aesthetic, and Decadent movements in art, culture, and literature, but it has remained as difficult to define as ever. Haunted Texts attempts to meet the challenge of defining and illustrating the full spectrum of Pre-Raphaelitism. Working with a diverse range of Pre-Raphaelite poetry, painting, decorative arts, book illustration, and political prose, the ten contributors to Haunted Texts pursue the critical strategies of such leading figures as Christina Rossetti and Dante Rossetti, William Morris and Oscar Wilde, Walter Pater, and Aubrey Beardsley. The essays consider the bibliocritical issues of archival research concerning the personal letters and diaries of the Rossetti family; the technological issues that challenge conventional methods of scholarship; the gender issues concerning constructions of identity derived from the changing conceptions of love, desire, anxiety, and brotherhood; and the interdisciplinary cultural issues that transgress the borders of high art and popular culture. Haunted Texts pays tribute to the scholarship of Professor William Fredeman who devoted much of his career since the 1950s to establishing a critical foundation that would enable future scholars to define their understanding of the complexity of Pre-Raphaelitism.