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CHRISTINA ROSSETTI: Goblin Market - '...One had a cat's face, One whisk'd a tail, One tramp'd at a rat's pace, One crawl'd like a snail, One like a wombat prowl'd obtuse and furry, One like a ratel tumbled hurry scurry.' / Brian Froud

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The Goblin Market (1862) by Christina Rossetti — 1907 edition illustrated cover by Jessie M. King.

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The heroine of "The Goblin Market" by Christina Rossetti risks madness to save her sister's life. Warwick Goble Book of Fairy Poetry Fairy Tale Lithographs

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Christina Rossetti - one of my favourites

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Emma Florence Harrison illustration to “Dreamland” by Christina Rossetti

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The author traces Shakespeare's influence on nine Victorian poets: Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, Christina Rossetti, Thomas Hardy, Matthew Arnold, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Algernon Swinburne, Arthur Hugh Clough, and George Meredith.

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Mix a Pancake - Common Core, Exemplar Texts: Poetry

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Magickal properties:  Ivy is carried by women (and brides) for good luck. Wherever it is grown or strewn, it guards against negativity and disaster. Use ivy in fidelity and love charms.  Ivy is magickally paired with Holly.

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Christina Rossetti, poet and sister of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Photographed by Charles Lutwidge Dodgeson (Lewis Carroll), 1863

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