Collected Poetry and Prose

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Yale University Press, 2003 - Literary Collections - 424 pages
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A major poet, writer, and painter, Dante Gabriel Rossetti was seen as the dominating cultural presence in the second half of the nineteenth century. He founded the Pre-Raphaelite movement, revised and reimagined Blake’s project of marrying images and texts, and was a shaping influence on Modernist aesthetic ideas and practices. His translations are original poetical works in their own right.

Jerome McGann, a leading figure in nineteenth- and twentieth-century scholarship, presents a generous selection of Rossetti’s poetry, prose, and original translations. The collection, which includes important writings unavailable in any edition of Rossetti ever printed, is accompanied by McGann’s learned and critically incisive commentaries and notes.
 

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Contents

Part Two The House of Life 1870 1881
125
Part Three Sonnets for Pictures and Other Sonnets 1850 1870 1881
181
Part Four Ballads and Lyrics 1881
197
Part Five The Early Italian Poets 1861 1874
237
Part Six Other Translations
301
Part Seven Prose
307
Part Eight Posthumously Published and Uncollected Writings
341
Notes to the Texts
377
Index of Titles and First Lines
415
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