Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Victorian Romantic

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DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI
A Victorian Romantic

by OSWALD DOUGHTY

NEW HAVEN

YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1949

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Author's Note 11
  • Acknowledgments 12
  • Contents 13
  • Illustrations 15
  • Prologue - 1783-1824 19
  • Book I - The Careless Years 1828-1852 25
  • I - Childhood 1828-1836 27
  • II - School 1836-1841 42
  • III - Art Student 1841-1848 51
  • IV - The Preraphaelite Brotherhood 1848-1849 61
  • V - The Foreign Tour-- The Germ 1849-1850 81
  • VI - The Preraphaelite Struggle 1850-1852 99
  • Book II - 'Youth and Change' 1850-1862 115
  • I - "Art, Friendship and Love" 1850-1852 117
  • II - Change 1853-1854 133
  • III - Ruskin 1854-1855 *
  • IV - Strife 1855-1856 180
  • V - New Disciples 1856 200
  • VI - Preraphaelitism "Arrives" 1856-1857 212
  • VII - The Jovial Campaign 1857-1858 224
  • VIII - Dead Love 1858-1860 243
  • IX - The Woeful Victory 1860-1861 262
  • X - An Old Song Ended 1861-1862 279
  • Book III - "Change and Fate" 1862-1874 305
  • I - Disillusion 1862-1864 307
  • II - Success 1865-1866 320
  • III - Willow-Wood (i) 1866-1867 339
  • IV - Willow-Wood (ii) 1867-1868 353
  • V - Regenerate Rapture 1868-1869 369
  • VI - Penkill Once More 1869 393
  • VII - Past, Present, and Poetry 1869-1870 412
  • VIII - "Poems" 1870 439
  • IX - The Idle Singer of An Empty Day 1865-1871 458
  • X - Kelmscott 1871 469
  • XI - The Fleshly School of Poetry 1871-1872 486
  • XII - Crisis 1871-1872 505
  • XIII - Retrospect 1871 530
  • XIV - The Return to Kelmscott 1872-1874 542
  • Book IV - The Last Phase 1874-1882 569
  • I - Decline 1874-1876 571
  • II - Heart of the Night 1877 590
  • III - Cheyne Walk Again 1877-1879 601
  • IV - Indian Summer 1879-1881 611
  • V - The Lakes 1881 635
  • VI - "A Death on Easter Day" 1881-1882 651
  • VII - Victorian Aftermath 668
  • Notes 681
  • Select Bibliography 694
  • Index 700
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