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50 Greatest Poems of Elizabeth Barratt Browning By Elizabeth Barratt Browning
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Elizabeth Barrett was born in Durham in 1806. She had from the age of 15 suffered from illness caused her to be a semi-invalid for long periods of time. After her Mother died ,her Father took his... More > family to London ,it was during this period that Elizabeth was introduced to some of the great poets and writers of her day including Wordsworth and Tennyson. Between 1840 and 1844 Elizabeth concentrated on her poetry and when she published two volumes in 1844 , they were a popular and critical success. In 1845 Elizabeth Barrett met Robert Browning another poet who admired her work, and after a period of courtship they eloped in 1846. They went to live in Italy and had a child born in 1849. Elizabeth’s poetry was widely acclaimed both in the United Kingdom and the United States. However her health deteriorated and surrounded by her family, Elizabeth Barrett Browning died in 1861. Elizabeth Barrett Browning was influential to latter poets who admired her scope of subjects.< Less
50 Greatest Poems of Christina Georgina Rossetti By Christina Georgina Rossetti
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Christina Georgina Rossetti was born in London in 1830.,Her father was a poet ,Gabrielle Rossetti and her mother was related to a friend of Lord Byron. Her first poem was published in 1850 ,with her... More > most famous collection Goblin Market and other poems published in 1862 to critical and popular acclaim. Tennyson and Hopkins were great admirers and after the death of Elizabeth Barrett Browning ,she was consider the greatest English female poet. At around this time she was the model for number of paintings and drawings undertaken by her brother Dante a leading light in the Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood. Christina later in her life concentrated on more devotional verses and Children’s Poetry. She had suffered illnesses throughout her life and died of cancer in 1894. Her most famous works were Remember, Goblin Market and the Christmas carol In the Bleak Midwinter.< Less
The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies and Other Fairy Poems By Thomas Hood & Holly Harwood, Editor
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Classic fairy poetry by renown Victorian poet Thomas Hood, lavishly illustrated by Golden Age illustrator Warwick Goble. Hood's poems are humorous, tender, and above all, gorgeous. Suitable for all... More > ages, especially fun to read aloud.< Less
The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden Studies, Vol. 4, #4 By Stefani Koorey
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Color Edition. The Hatchet is a quarterly journal devoted to the examination and investigation of the Borden Murders of 1892. Written for both the novice and seasoned Lizzie Borden enthusiast, The... More > Hatchet takes a literate and entertaining approach through wide-ranging feature essays, reviews and criticism, interviews, fiction, art, poetry, and humor. Fact-filled, The Hatchet contains contributions by Lizzie Borden scholars worldwide.< Less
The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden Studies, Vol. 4, #3 By Stefani Koorey
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Color Edition. The Hatchet is a quarterly journal devoted to the examination and investigation of the Borden Murders of 1892. Written for both the novice and seasoned Lizzie Borden enthusiast, The... More > Hatchet takes a literate and entertaining approach through wide-ranging feature essays, reviews and criticism, interviews, fiction, art, poetry, and humor. Fact-filled, The Hatchet contains contributions by Lizzie Borden scholars worldwide.< Less
The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden Studies, Vol. 4, #3 By Stefani Koorey
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B&W Edition. The Hatchet is a quarterly journal devoted to the examination and investigation of the Borden Murders of 1892. Written for both the novice and seasoned Lizzie Borden enthusiast, The... More > Hatchet takes a literate and entertaining approach through wide-ranging feature essays, reviews and criticism, interviews, fiction, art, poetry, and humor. Fact-filled, The Hatchet contains contributions by Lizzie Borden scholars worldwide.< Less
The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden Studies, Vol. 4, #4 By Stefani Koorey
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Color Edition. The Hatchet is a quarterly journal devoted to the examination and investigation of the Borden Murders of 1892. Written for both the novice and seasoned Lizzie Borden enthusiast, The... More > Hatchet takes a literate and entertaining approach through wide-ranging feature essays, reviews and criticism, interviews, fiction, art, poetry, and humor. Fact-filled, The Hatchet contains contributions by Lizzie Borden scholars worldwide.< Less
The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden Studies, Vol. 4, #4 By Stefani Koorey
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B&W Edition. The Hatchet is a quarterly journal devoted to the examination and investigation of the Borden Murders of 1892. Written for both the novice and seasoned Lizzie Borden enthusiast, The... More > Hatchet takes a literate and entertaining approach through wide-ranging feature essays, reviews and criticism, interviews, fiction, art, poetry, and humor. Fact-filled, The Hatchet contains contributions by Lizzie Borden scholars worldwide.< Less
The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden Studies, Vol. 4, #3 By Stefani Koorey
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Color Edition. The Hatchet is a quarterly journal devoted to the examination and investigation of the Borden Murders of 1892. Written for both the novice and seasoned Lizzie Borden enthusiast, The... More > Hatchet takes a literate and entertaining approach through wide-ranging feature essays, reviews and criticism, interviews, fiction, art, poetry, and humor. Fact-filled, The Hatchet contains contributions by Lizzie Borden scholars worldwide.< Less
Idylls of the King By Alfred Lord Tennyson
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In "Idylls of the King," Alfred Lord Tennyson presents a view of King Arthur and Camelot. He traces the birth of a king, the building of the Round Table, its existence, its disintegration,... More > and the final passing of the King. He traces the rise and fall of a civilization in scope, writing about love, heroism, and conflict all in relation to a nation.< Less

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