Jenny

Selected works

Books

  • The Early Italian Poets (a translation) (1861) republished as Dante and His Circle (1874)
  • Poems (1870) revised and reissued as Poems. A New Edition (1881)
  • Ballads and Sonnets (1881)
  • The Collected Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (posthumous, 2 volumes, 1886)
  • Ballads and Narrative Poems (posthumous, 1893)
  • Sonnets and Lyrical Poems (posthumous, 1894)
  • The Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (posthumous, 1911) (1911)[48]

Double works

"Rossetti divided his attention between painting and poetry for the rest of his life" - Poetry Foundation[3]

  • Aspecta Medusa (1865 October 1865 – 1868)
  • Astarte Syriaca (for a Picture) (1877 January-1877 February 1875 – 1877)
  • Beatrice, her Damozels, and Love (1865?)
  • Beauty and the Bird (1855; 1858 June 25)
  • The Blessed Damozel (1847-1870; 1871-1881)
  • Bocca Baciata (1859-1860)
  • Body's Beauty (1864-1869; 1866)
  • The Bride's Prelude [1848 1870 (circa)]
  • Cassandra (For a Drawing.) (1869 September; 1860-1861, 1867, 1869)
  • Dante's Dream on the Day of the Death of Beatrice: 9 June 1290 (1875? 1856)
  • Dante Alighieri. “Sestina. Of the Lady Pietra degli Scrovigni.” (1848? 1861, 1874)
  • Dante at Verona [1848-1850 1852 (circa)]
  • The Day-Dream (for a Picture) (1878-1880; 1880 September)
  • Death of A Wombat (1869 November 6)
  • Eden Bower [1863-1864 (circa) or 1869 (circa)]
  • Fazio's Mistress (1863; 1873)
  • Fiammetta (For a Picture) [1878 (circa) 1878]
  • “Found” (for a Picture) (1854; 1881 February)
  • Francesca Da Rimini. (Dante.) (1855; 1862 September)
  • Guido Cavalcanti. “Ballata. He reveals, in a Dialogue, his increasing love for Mandetta.” (1861)
  • Hand and Soul (1849)
  • Hero's Lamp (1875)
  • Introductory Sonnet ("A Sonnet is a moment's monument") (1880)
  • Joan of Arc [1879 (unfinished) 1863, 1882]
  • La Bella Mano (For a Picture) (1875)
  • La Pia. Dante (1868-1880)
  • Lisa ed Elviro (1843)
  • Love's Greeting (1850, 1861, 1864)
  • Mary's Girlhood (For a Picture) [1848 (sonnet I), 1849 (sonnet II) 1848-1849]
  • Mary Magdalene at the Door of Simon the Pharisee (For a Drawing) (1853-1859; 1869)
  • Michael Scott's Wooing (For a Drawing) (1853, 1869-1871, 1875-1876)
  • Mnemosyne (1880)
  • Old and New Art (group of 3 poems) [1849 (text); 1857 (picture, circa)]
  • On William Morris (1871 September)
  • Pandora (For a Picture) (1869; 1868-1871)
  • Parody on “Uncle Ned” (1852)
  • Parted Love! [1869 September-1869 November (circa]
  • The Passover in the Holy Family (For a Drawing) (1849-1856; 1869 September)
  • Perlascura. Twelve Coins for One Queen (1878)
  • The Portrait (1869)
  • Proserpine (1872; 1871-1882)
  • The Question (for a Design) (1875; 1882)
  • “Retro me, Sathana!” (1847, 1848)
  • The Return of Tibullus to Delia (1853-1855, 1867)
  • A Sea-Spell (for a Picture) (1870, 1877)
  • The Seed of David (For a Picture) (1864)
  • Silence. For a Design (1870, 1877)
  • Sister Helen [1851-1852; 1870 (circa)]
  • Sorrentino (1843)
  • Soul's Beauty (1866; 1864-1870)
  • St. Agnes of Intercession (1850; 1860)
  • Troy Town (1863-1864; 1869-1870)
  • Venus Verticordia. (For a Picture.) (1868 January 16; 1863-1869)
  • William and Marie. A Ballad (1841) [49]

Paintings

Drawings

Woodcut illustrations


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