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  1. Christina became one of the Victorian age’s finest poets. She was the author of numerous books of poetry, including Goblin Market and other Poems (1862), The Prince’s Progress (1866), A Pageant (1881), and The Face of the Deep (1882). Rossetti’s poetry has never disappeared from view.

  2. Christina Georgina Rossetti (Londres, 5 de diciembre de 1830-Londres, 29 de diciembre de 1894) fue una poeta británica, una de las más importantes en el siglo XIX en su país. Christina nació en Londres y fue educada en su casa por sus padres.

  3. Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830-1894). Critical and Biographical Essay by Arthur Symons. Alfred H. Miles, ed. 1907. Women Poets of the Nineteenth Century C HRISTINA G EORGINA R OSSETTI, the younger sister of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, was born in London December 5th, 1830, and died there December 29th, 1894.

  4. Bien que guidée par un idéal de pureté spirituelle exigeant une abnégation totale, Christina Rossetti ressemble à son frère Dante Gabriel par certains côtés. Sous son humilité, sa dévotion et la vie qu'elle mène se cachent un tempérament passionné et sensuel, un esprit critique pénétrant ainsi qu'un très grand sens de l'humour.

  5. Rossetti, Christina Georgina. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work,...

  6. 1830 - 1894 Christina Georgina Rossetti was an English writer of romantic, devotional and children's poems, including "Goblin Market" and "Remember". She also wrote the words of two Christmas carols well known in Britain: "In the Bleak Midwinter", later set by Gustav Holst, Katherine Kennicott Davis, and Harold Darke, and "Love Came Down at Christmas", also set by Darke and other composers.