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Poetry III Course No: 3214 Third Year- section B . Pink Butterfly . Unbreakable Friends. Amal Al – Shahri . Amal Wazna . Basma Sawadi . Kholod Afandi . Rogaiah AL-Yaba. Abrar Al- Harthi . Rana Al- Ghamdi . Samar Al- Sulimani . Rua’a Halawani . Zainah Al- Maqa’di .

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unbreakable friends

Poetry IIICourse No: 3214Third Year- section B

Pink Butterfly

Unbreakable Friends

Amal Al –Shahri.

AmalWazna.

BasmaSawadi.

KholodAfandi.

Rogaiah AL-Yaba.

Abrar Al-Harthi.

Rana Al-Ghamdi.

Samar Al-Sulimani.

Rua’aHalawani.

Zainah Al-Maqa’di.

rossetti s family
Rossetti's Family..

Name: Gabriele Rossetti

  • Nationality: Italian

Live: in England

Children:4

Work as: a Professor in king’s college

Hobby: poetry

  • The family famous in:
  • poetry, art, and critic
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Rossetti’s Family

Gabriele

William Michael

Dante Gabriel

Frances

Christina

gabriel s life
Gabriel’s life
  • Gabriel Charles Dante Rossetti was born in London on May, 1828, son of the Italian – born poet Gabriel Rossetti.
  • He grew up fluent in both English and Italian.
  • Rossetti was strongly attracted to the dramatic and the supernatural.
  • His art subsequently developed through other phases, in which the sense of human beauty, intensity of abstract expression, and richness of color were leading elements.
gabriel s works
Gabriel’s works..
  • Rossetti's early poems under strong Pre-Raphaelite influence, such as "The Blessed Damozel"(1850) and "The Portrait,"have an innocence and spiritual passion paralleled by his paintings of the 1850s.
  • As his interests in painting declined, Rossetti's poetry improved, until in his later works, such as "Rose Mary" , "The White Ship" and"The King's Tragedy", and the sonnet sequence "The House of Life“.
the woodspurge 1856
The Woodspurge [1856]

The wind flapped loose, the wind was still,

Shaken out dead from tree and hill:

I had walked on at the wind's will, —

I sat now, for the wind was still.

Between my knees my forehead was, —

My lips, drawn in, said not Alas!

My hair was over in the grass,

My naked ears heard the day pass.

My eyes, wide open, had the run

Of some ten weeds to fix upon;

Among those few, out of the sun,

The woodspurge flowered, three cups in one.

From perfect grief there need not be

Wisdom or even memory:

One thing then learnt remains to me, —

The woodspurge has a cup of three.

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  • The windflappedloose, the wind was still,Shaken out dead from tree and hill:I had walked on at the wind's will, — I sat now, for the wind was still.

flapped : moved

The woodspurge, is an European herb with greenish yellow flowers. It is a plant with milky latex and has a cup-like flower. As shown here ..

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  • Between my knees my forehead was, —
  • My lips, drawn in, said not Alas!
  • My hair was over in the grass,
  • My naked ears heard the day pass.
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3

  • My eyes, wide open, had the run
  • Of some ten weeds to fix upon;
  • Among those few, out of the sun,
  • The woodspurge flowered, three cups in one.
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4

  • From perfect grief there need not be
  • Wisdom or even memory:
  • One thing then learnt remains to me, —
  • The woodspurge has a cup of three.
rossetti s life
Rossetti’s life…

(1830 –1894) was born in England . She was a poet, who wrote a variety of romantic, devotional, and children's poems. She was the best known for her long poem Goblin Market, her love poem "Remember", and for her Christmas poem "In the Bleak Midwinter".

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Rossetti’s life…

  • She started writing at age7.
  • She privately published her first collection of poems when she was only 17 years old.
  • Her brother, Dante Gabriel, probably had the greatest influence on Rossetti's early work.
  • She wrote some of her poems in her brother William's magazine the Germ was her only contribution to Pre-Raphaelite activities.
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Rossetti’s life…

  • She wrote songs for children.
  • She was considered a possible successor to Alfred Tennyson as poet laureate. To accept the challenge, she wrote a royal elegy.
  • She found her highest inspiration in her deep religious faith.
  • She was a devout Anglican and lived the last 15 years of her life as a recluse in her home.
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Rossetti’s style…

  • She had the ability to unite the devotional and the passionate sides of her nature.
  • The range of her verse was, naturally, somewhat limited by her preoccupation with religious subjects
  • Her favorite themes were unhappy love, death, and premature resignation.
  • Her poetry was strong, fantasy, and nature.
  • Rossetti's work has suffered from reductive interpretations, but she is increasingly being reconsidered as a major Victorian poet.
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Rossetti’s works…

  • 'The Germ' -1850
  • Goblin market and other poems – 1862
  • The prince's progress and other poems - 1866
  • Commonplace and other short stories - 1870
  • Sing-Song: A nursery rhyme book - 1872
  • Seek and find - 1879
  • A pageant and other poems - 1881
  • Called to be saints: The minor festivals 1881
  • Time flies - 1888
  • Poems 1888 - 1890
  • The face of the deep - 1892
  • Verses - 1893
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1-Remember me when I am gone away,

2-Gone far away into the silent land;

3-When you can no more hold me by the hand,

4-Nor I half turn to go yet turning stay.

5-Remember me when no more day by day

6-You tell me of our future that you plann'd:

7-Only remember me; you understand

8-It will be late to counsel then or pray.

9-Yet if you should forget me for a while

10-And afterwards remember, do not grieve:

11-For if the darkness and corruption leave

12-A vestige of the thoughts that once I had,

13-Better by far you should forget and smile

14-Than that you should remember and be sad.

Remember

29 December 1894

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Counsel:

1- advice; opinion or instruction given in directing the judgment or conduct of another.

2-Theology. one of the advisory declarations of Christ, considered by some Christians

as not universally binding but as given for aid in attaining moral perfection.

Grieve:

To feel grief or great sorrow.

Corruption:

the act of corrupting or state of being corrupt.

Vestige:

a mark, trace, or visible evidence of something that is no longer present or in existence

the analysis of the poem
The analysis of the poem…

This poem implies immediately a loving, yet sad, request. How Rossetti resolves the conflict she presents in the poem reflects the way she handled similar dilemmas in her own life—emotionally and philosophically, always letting her devout Christian beliefs be the deciding factor.

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The Theme…

1-Is imperfect love in Rossetti’s “Remember” is an idea based on the more obvious and often used theme of religion in her works.

2-Christina was so devoutly centered on her Christian faith and love of God, the love of a man must seem second-rate, at best.

3-She seems honestly to love him and begs him to remember her when she is dead; on the other hand, she appears a bit nonchalant in her willingness to tell him to forget her just the same.