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Dante Gabriel Rossetti  biography :

D. G. Rossetti was a prominent poet, painter and translator. Born on May 12, 1828 into a highly creative family, he was the brother of poet Christina Rossetti and the critic William Michael Rossetti. He also co-founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, which aimed to recover the richness and purity of medieval art.
D. G. Rossetti was a precocious writer; at 20 years old, his poem The Blessed Damozel (1847) won critical acclaim. His early works clearly show the influence of Medieval art, from his numerous translations of Dante and other Medieval Italian poets and his use of realistic images. Unfortunately, a personal tragedy radically influenced his literary style. His wife, Elizabeth Siddal, overdosed on laudanum after their child was stillborn. This led to a a recurring theme of romantic love, and a more metaphorical and sensual style—as if he were searching for the wife he lost in his creations.
In 1871, Rossetti published his first poetry collection, characterized by an eroticism that sent shockwaves in conservative literary circles. He defended his work by explaining his sonnets were a “moment’s monument”, capturing everyday acts such as a couple falling asleep after sex and provoking the reader to reflect upon their meaning.
D. G. Rossetti struggled with depression for most of his life, including drug addiction in his later years. He died at Birchington-on-Sea, Kent, England.

 
   
 

Poems by Dante Gabriel Rossetti :

Silent Noon

The Blessed Damozel

Genius in Beauty

The Kiss

The Portrait

Love's Nocturn

The Sea Limits

The Stream's Secret

From The House Of Life The Sonnet

Love Enthroned

Venus Verticordia

My Sister's Sleep

The House of the Life: 19. Silent Noon

Soul's Beauty

Broken Music

Dream Love

The Cloud Confines

 

 
 

Books of poetry by Dante Gabriel Rossetti :

Collected Poetry and Prose

Book Description
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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