Christabel


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Christabel

free of evil. [Br. Lit.: “Christabel” in Walsh Modern, 95]
References in classic literature ?
'Kubla Khan,' and the First Part of 'Christabel.' 'The Ancient Mariner' was planned by Coleridge and Wordsworth on one of their frequent rambles, and was to have been written in collaboration; but as it proceeded, Wordsworth found his manner so different from that of Coleridge that he withdrew altogether from the undertaking.
'Christabel' achieves what Coleridge himself described as the very difficult task of creating witchery by daylight; and 'Kubla Khan,' worthy, though a brief fragment, to rank with these two, is a marvelous glimpse of fairyland.
In 'Christabel' and to a somewhat less degree in 'The Ancient Mariner' Coleridge departed as far as possible from eighteenth century tradition by greatly varying the number of syllables in the lines, while keeping a regular number of stresses.
Well, my name is Christabel Carstairs; and my father was that Colonel Carstairs you've probably heard of, who made the famous Carstairs Collection of Roman coins.
The 74-year-old leaves behind his wife Christabel, son Rhys, who is a member of Goldie Lookin' Chain, and daughter Rhian, who runs the youth arts charity Operasonic.
Actress Christabel Ekeh says she was surprised that Ghanaians expressed outrage at the release of her nude photographs when she suffered from depression.
Graham Maguire I used to go in the shops when I lived in Christabel tower....many a rough Sunday morning trip to the shop for munchies Peter Rowlinson I'm sure this was the hub of a community at one point.
1816 - Poems by Samuel Taylor Coleridge published by John Murray in London, including Kubla Khan and Christabel.
Mildred Cherop, Christabel Nasimiyu, Kevin Munyelele and Edward Kibet make the Beach volleyball team while the basketball 3x3 team comprise Salem Bundi, Neville Odwori, Robert Ogolla and Richard Owino.
(30-39), Martes Christabel and Rene Tayag (40-49) and Jojo Macalintal (male 50-above).
1958: Dame Christabel Pankhurst, British suffragette and daughter of Emmeline, died.
Women chainmakers' strike leader Mary Macarthur, suffragette Christabel Pankhurst, and Margery Corbett Ashby - later to form the Townswomens Guild - all put their names down as Parliamentary candidates in the region.