Where did Christina Rossetti live?

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Who has seen the wind by Christina rossetti?

Who has seen the wind Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you. But when the leaves hang trembling, The wind is passing through. Who has seen the wind? Neither you nor I. B

What college did Christina Rossetti go to?

Christina Rossetti, a British poet, did not go to college because in the 1800's, women were allowed to attend grammer school, but that's as far as they could go because they w

Did Christina Rossetti get married?

No, Christina Rossetti never got married. She was engaged twice. She called the first one off after she found out that her fiancee, James Collinson, switched to Roman Catholic

What is 'A Royal Princess' by Christina Rossetti about?

The poem is about Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution. Rosetti portrays the feelings of the princess in the lead up to the revolution of the peasants of France. The pri

What was Christina Rossetti first poem?

To My Mother To-day's your natal day, Sweet flowers I bring; Mother, accept, I pray, My offering. And may you happy live, And long us bless; Receiving as you gi
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What is daughter of eve about by Christina rossetti?

From the poor choices that lead the speaker to become a fool, the speaker struggles with sorrow and regrets their decisions when their life is almost over. The speaker learned
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What are the themes in 'remember' by Christina rossetti?

I'm not sure. Sorry :( ABOVE IS AN ODD RESPONSE but Love(arguably both romantic and that of family), death, arguably religion(the afterlife ect) are the main ones. May be
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What poems are Christina Rossetti known for?

Christina Rossetti is best known for her long poem "goblin market", her love poem "remember", and for the words of the Christmas carol in "The bleak winter". Also "Sonnets are