Goblin Market

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Dramatists Play Service, Inc., Oct 1, 1987 - Music - 38 pages
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THE STORY: Two proper Victorian sisters, both now grown women and mothers, return to their childhood nursery to relive the haunting memories of their youth. Magically, they are transported back to their girlhood, as their nursery becomes a woodland

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User Review  - birdie.newborn - LibraryThing

Perhaps an ideal children's story — scary, but comes out right in the end. A bit moralistic, but certainly works on a child's imagination. Read full review

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This is a lyric fairy tale, but for adults. I don't generally read poetry. I accidently stumbled across this poem when one of my children picked it out of the library--it was in the picture book ... Read full review

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Christina Georgina Rossetti was born in London on December 5, 1830. Along with being a young poet, Rossetti also became an Italian professor at King's College, University of London. Rossetti's intense devotion to religion showed in her various works, including "Uphill", her most famous work. Overall, Rossetti did not publish much, but she did submit her first volume of poetry, Goblin Market and Other Poems. Christina Georgina Rossetti died in London on December 29, 1894.

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