Rossetti in Childhood, Max Beerbohm (1922).

D. G. Rossetti, precociously manifesting, among the exiled patriots who frequented his father’s house in Charlotte Street, that queer indifference to politics which marked him in his prime and his decline.

Rossetti in Childhood, Max Beerbohm (1922).

D. G. Rossetti, precociously manifesting, among the exiled patriots who frequented his father’s house in Charlotte Street, that queer indifference to politics which marked him in his prime and his decline.

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    Given the nature and vehemence of Gabriele père’s preoccupations, I’d call that indifference a pretty sensible defense...
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