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Blessed Damozel

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

Cantata (poème lyrique) by Debussy for sop., women's ch., and orch., comp. 1887–8 on G. Sarrazin's trans. of D. G. Rossetti's poem (1850). Re‐orchestrated 1902.

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Christina Rossetti

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(1830–94),

sister of D. G. and W. M. Rossetti. She was a devout High Anglican, much influenced by the Tractarians (see Oxford Movement). She contributed to the Germ (1850), where...

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Coventry Patmore

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(1823–96),

published his first volume, Poems, in 1844. His work was much admired by the Pre‐Raphaelites, and he contributed to the Germ. In 1847 he married his first wife, Emily,...

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Overview page. Subjects: Literature — Art.

(b London, 12 May 1828; d Birchington, nr. Margate, Kent, 9 Apr. 1882).

English painter and poet. He came from a remarkable and talented family: his father was an exiled Italian...

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Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

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(PRB)

The name adopted in 1848 by a group of young English artists who shared a dismay at what they considered the moribund state of British painting and hoped to recapture the...

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Thomas Hood

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(1799–1845),

the friend of Lamb, Hazlitt, de Quincey, and other literary men. He edited various periodicals: the Germ (1829), the Comic Annual (1830), the New Monthly Magazine...

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Thomas Woolner

Overview page. Subjects: Art — Literature.

(1825–92),

poet and sculptor, one of the original Pre‐Raphaelite brethren, who contributed to the Germ two cantos of what was to become My Beautiful Lady (1863). He became a...

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William Bell Scott

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(1811–90),

poet, artist, and art critic. He was a friend of D. G. Rossetti and later of Swinburne; he was associated with the birth of the Pre‐Raphaelite movement, and contributed...

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William Michael Rossetti

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(1829–1919)

Man of letters, art critic, and editor, brother of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Christina Rossetti, educated at King's College School, London; he worked as an official of...

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