As part of a wider review into the portrayal of women and their place in and out of the home throughout the ages, this post is a specific look at the poem ‘Jenny’ written by the pre-Raphaelite painter and poet, Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
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A creative exploration of Charlotte Brontë’s unrequited love notes
Madame Bovary, Mrs Dalloway and the Power of Pretty Possessions
Why Joni Mitchell’s Blue Isn’t Just About Heartbreak
When Heart is Home, from the Brontës to the ‘Before’ Trilogy