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Goblin Market and Other Poems

Christina Rossetti (1830-1894)

1. Goblin Market
2. In the Round Tower at Jhansi, June 8, 1857
3. Dream-Land
4. At Home
5. From Sunet to Star Rise
6. Love From the North
7. Winter Rain
8. A Dirge
9. Confluents
10. Noble Sisters
11. Spring
12. The Lambs of Grasmere, 1860
13. A Birthday
14. Remember
15. After Death
16. An End
17. My Dream
18. Song
19. The Hour and the Ghost
20. A Summer Wish
21. An Apple Gathering
22. Song
23. Maude Clare
24. Echo
25. Winter: My Secret
26. Another Spring
27. A Peal of Bells
28. Fata Morgana
29. No, Thank You, John
30. May
31. A Pause of Thought
32. Twilight Calm
33. Wife to Husband
34. Three Seasons
35. Mirage
36. Shut Out
37. Sound Sleep
38. Song
39. Song
40. Dead Before Death
41. Bitter For Sweet
42. The Master is Come, and Calleth For Thee
43. Rest
44. The First Spring Day
45. The Convent Threshold
46. Uphill
47. The Love of Christ Which Passeth Knowledge
48. A Bruised Reed Shall He Not Break
49. A Better Resurrection
50. Advent
51. The Three Enemies
52. One Certainty
53. Christian and Jew
54. Sweet Death
55. Symbols
56. Consider the Lilies of the Field
57. The World
58. A Testimony
59. Sleep At Sea
60. From House to Home
61. Old and New Year Ditties
62. Amen
63. Mother Country

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    Goblin Market and Other Poems (1862) is British writer Christina Rossetti's first book of poetry. The title poem is her most famous work: a creepy and sensual tale of two sisters' temptation to eat forbidden fruits. The poems explore themes of death, faith, isolation, and love, with a section of devotional pieces at the end.