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innominate

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6) For a recent study of Rossetti's use of repetition, see Sylvan Esh, "Not Speaking the Unspeakable: Religion and Repetition in Christina Rossetti's Monna Innominata Sequence," Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 34.
Browning) who modified the Italian model of the Ideal Woman (Beatrice, Laura), especially as seen in the example of Christine Rossetti's "subversive sonnet sequence," Monna Innominata (p.
Photo: Although the speciesCribrilaria innominata had been previously described as encrusting pieces of shell, it is one of the few species also capable of colonizing sand-size grains.
innominata, native to southwest Oregon and northwestern California, contributes a golden yellow color and pronounced brown veining.
The earliest of the three dated poems in Webster's cycle is from 1881, the same year that Monna Innominata appeared; (31) in that work's Preface, Christina Rossetti specifically invokes Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese as a counter text to her own, (32) and Mother and Daughter too not only marks Webster's response to the early sonnet tradition, but also to these more immediate precursors' revisions of their chosen genre.
In her essay "Monna Innominata and Sonnets from the Portuguese: Sonnet Traditions and Spiritual Trajectories," Stone convincingly illustrates "the inveterate nature of the gendered paradigms that both poets sought to deconstruct" (The Culture of Christina Rossetti: Female Poetics and Victorian Contexts, ed.
77-79) begins with a comparison to Mary Wroth's sequence, Pamphilia to Amphilanthus (1621) and concludes with a brief treatment of its connections with Christina Rossetti's Monna Innominata (1881), the subject of several earlier studies.
In "Ideal Visions: Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Christina Rossetti," Straub argues that by contrast Christina forged a new and egalitarian Dantean/ Petrarchan persona in "Monna Innominata," which "manage[d] to move beyond the moments of stagnation .
House of Life and Christina's Monna Innominata and Later Life, is