Writing about the religiousity and sensuality in Christina Rossetti's "Goblin Market," Virginia Woolf once wrote: "Death, oblivion, and rest lap round your songs with their dark wave." But then, "a sound of scurrying and laughter is heard." And, Woolf says: "You pulled legs; you tweaked noses. You were at war with all humbug and pretence." Read on.
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