Rossetti S Obsession

Author: Ramón Saizarbitoria
Publisher: University of Nevada Press
ISBN: 9781877802607
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"A humorous novel about an insecure writer's efforts to retrieve a note he once sent to a woman, that caused her to fall in love with him.

Rossetti S Obsession

Author: Jill Iredale
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ISBN: 9780946657643
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Jane Morris (née Burden) was the wife of William Morris, and the favoured model of Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

Re Presentations Of Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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Publisher: Cambria Press
ISBN: 1621968405
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Thus, Juan Martin's own struggle leads to an exploration of Rossetti as someone
who can be understood pathologically, using modern psychological concepts.
Saizarbitoria is the only author to use terms like “neurosis” and “obsession” as
the main interpretative keys to Rossetti, an amplification of Portrayal Five. In the
novella, the narrator's erotic note, the recovery of which was his obsession,
destroys his own more worthwhile work and his relationships with women.
Rossetti's ...

Proserpina

Author: Carl Eberwein
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781904505273
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The model for Rosetti's compelling image was Jane Morris, wife of Rossetti's
friend and fellow artist, William Morris. Of all Rossetti's depictions of Jane Morris,
Proserpina perhaps most strongly coveys Rossetti's obsession with her
archetypal 'Pre-Raphaelite' looks; the rich, raven hair suggests female sexuality
and yet at the same time the portrait captures his ideals of spiritual love nurtured
by his constant reading of Dante. Rossetti's obsession with 'Proserpina' inspired
four versions of ...

Christina Rossetti

Author: Dolores Rosenblum
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809312696
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138-40) When Laura has devoured the feast, she turns homeward, no longer
sustained by the diurnal round but trapped in the no-time of demonic possession,
or, more in key with Rossetti's poetic world, obsession. Her singleness of mind is
encapsulated in a symbolic object: the "one kernel-stone" which she seizes as a
token of the goblin feast. The kernel-stone represents another important
opposition in Rossetti's lexicon: the opposition not only between feast and fast,
enough and ...

Christina Rossetti And Illustration

Author: Lorraine Janzen Kooistra
Publisher: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 0821414542
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... and gutter” (“Pre-Raphaelite Legacy,” 46).12 Khnopff shared with D. G.
Rossetti a predilection for painting picture after picture conveying “the Pre-
Raphaelite ideal female.” Like his admired predecessor, Khnopff sometimes
used his sister as model for his paintings. In his case, however, the paintings of
the auburn-haired Marguerite amounted to a “near- obsession,” in excess even of
D. G. Rossetti's own repeated paintings of Jane Morris (Casteras, “Pre-
Raphaelite Legacy,” 44; West ...

The Cambridge Companion To The Fin De Si Cle

Author: Gail Marshall
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110749513X
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Furthermore, Rossetti's representation of Cornforth challenges social stereotypes
of femininity: in life Cornforth was a prostitute and could be playing that role here,
but her tight-lipped mouth and the haughty superiority of her gaze – which does
not ... TheBlueBowerpoints to manyotherqualitiesthat becameimportant to
Rossetti's successors: the obscure subject matter; the reinvented Renaissance
source; the obsession with a dangerous, perhaps even distasteful, beauty; an
ambiguous ...

Jane Morris

Author: Wendy (the University of Otago) Parkins
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748681922
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taken to extremes' (1994: 242), while E. P. Thompson similarly saw them as 'two
self-preoccupied people, conjoined by a melancholy retrospective obsession' (
1976: 812, n. 19). Read in isolation, Jane and Rossetti's correspondence can
seem preoccupied with health, especially on his side. In particular, the letters
Rossetti wrote while Jane Morris was at Bad Ems in 1869 displayed a keen
attention to the slightest fluctuation in Jane's condition, displacing his romantic
obsession with ...

Reading Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Author: Brian Donnelly
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317071263
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While he would later develop this poem into the longer work “The Portrait,” even
in this early piece the artist narrator, a protagonist who features frequently in
Rossetti's fiction as well as his verse, is occupied in deliberating on the
transformations inherent in the act of representation. The problematic
consequences of painting the portrait of the beloved articulated in “St Agnes” are
revealed in terms that suggest an obsession with what Rossetti would later call
the “malign vicissitude” ...

Christina Rossetti S Gothic

Author: Serena Trowbridge
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441142231
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Though many of Rossetti's poems are in the first person, one cannot assume she
is speaking personally. Rossetti constructed her own absence to side-step the
issue of her readers considering her own voice to be speaking through her
poems. ... Alison Milbank attributes the Rossetti siblings' interest in Gothic to their
familiarity with the work of Dante, suggesting that they lived literally under a
shadow of Dante through their father's obsession, and also speculates that their
interest in ...