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Rossetti

1. Christina Georgina. 1830--94, British poet
2. her brother, Dante Gabriel. 1828--82, British poet and painter: a leader of the Pre-Raphaelites
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? Lisa Rossetti, Rhiannon Taylor and local Pink Poo patrol volunteers
What is surprising about Rossetti is that for someone who loathed 'display' she appears in a large number of images.
In a chapter titled "Anonymous Journalism: The Fleshly School Controversy," Graham places Robert Buchanan's notorious Contemporary Review attack on Swinburne's and Rossetti's poetry for alleged lasciviousness against the background of contemporary debates about anonymous versus signed reviews (Buchanan had signed himself "Thomas Maitland," thus violating both conventions).
Near the novel's end, Oliver Wendell Holmes offers this memorable farewell to Christina: 'How small a matter literature is, Miss Rossetti, to the great, seething, toiling, struggling, love-making, bread-winning, child-rearing, death-awaiting men and women who fill this huge, palpitating world of ours!'
Mas aun, la trayectoria de Rossetti tanto como su recepcion critica evidencia una coleccion de textos politicamente comprometidos.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) was considered by the pre-eminent Victorianera critics Ruskin and Pater to be "the period's central artistic presence" (McGann 2000, 2).
ROSSETTI is a global architectural design and planning firm with a portfolio of showcase properties spanning sports and entertainment, interiors, hospitality and retail.
Ludlow examines how Rossetti (1830-94) used the Bible in her devotional English poetry and prose.
Rossetti most recently served as senior vice president of Late Stage Development at Merck Sharp & Dohme, where he was responsible for all clinical development from Phase II-V across all therapeutic areas.
In his most recent role Rossetti (57) acted as Senior Vice President Late Stage Development at Merck Sharp & Dohme, or MSD.
Rossetti's Obsession: Images of Jane Morris features paintings, drawings and photographs of the model - a craftswoman in her own right - who died a century ago.
The company, controlled by three brothers, would consider a deal if a fund offered it a financial or commercial partnership, Rossetti said, adding that it had been reached by investors but talks were terminated.