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His sister, Frances Polidori, married exiled Italian scholar Gabriele Rossetti, and thus John, posthumously, became the uncle of Maria Francesca Rossetti, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Michael Rossetti, and Christina Georgina Rossetti. William Michael Rossetti published Polidori's journal in 1911. Biography
The association of Byron with vampires continued in 1819 with the publication of The Vampyre by John William Polidori, which was inspired by an unfinished story by Byron, "A Fragment", also known as "Fragment of a Novel" and "The Burial: A Fragment", first published in Mazeppa in 1819. The lead character, Lord Ruthven, was based on Byron.
Victor-Marie Hugo (Besançon, 26 de fevereiro de 1802 — Paris, 22 de maio de 1885) foi um romancista, poeta, dramaturgo, ensaísta, artista, estadista e ativista pelos direitos humanos francês de grande atuação política em seu país. É autor de Les Misérables e de Notre-Dame de Paris, entre diversas outras obras clássicas de fama e renome mundial.
Christina Rossetti was born Christina Georgina Rossetti, on December 5, 1830, in Charlotte Street, London, England, to Gabriele Rossetti and Frances Polidori. She was the youngest of four children in the family with two brothers and a sister.
Christina Rossetti nacque a Londra e fu educata in casa dalla madre. Intorno al 1840 la famiglia aveva grosse difficoltà economiche dovute al peggioramento della salute fisica e mentale di suo padre.
Christina Rossetti was the last of the talented children of the Rossetti family. She was born on the 5th of December 1830 in London to Gabriele and Frances Polidori Rossetti. Her father Gabriele was a celebrated poet and political writer.
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