This selection of the poetic work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828–1892) emphasizes the "pure poetry" of his lyrical approach to show how he paved the way for both the Modernists and the French Symbolists. Including a generous selection of his translations, it also provides both biographical and critical introductions.
|Publisher:||Carcanet Press, Limited|
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About the Author
Dante Gabriel Rossetti was a central figure in 19th-century art circles. He is the translator of The Early Italian Poets and the author of Poems and Ballads and Sonnets. Clive Wilmer teaches English at Cambridge University, where he is a Bye-Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, a fellow-commoner of Sidney Sussex College, and an honorary fellow of Anglia Polytechnic University. He is the author of The Falls, The Mystery of Things, and Selected Poems.