A Christmas Carol - Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Dante Gabriel Rossetti was an English poet and illustrator who is best known for his contribution to the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. In 1848, Rossetti founded the Brotherhood with William Holman Hunt and John Everett Millais. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood's goal was to reform art by rejecting what they saw as the mechanistic approach of the previous generation of painters. Rossetti's work often focuses on religious and mythological themes. In A Christmas Carol, a young woman named Lizzie waits anxiously for her father to return home from work. Lizzie's father, a rich man, has been spoiled by his riches and is not as kind as he could be. When he finally arrives home, Lizzie asks him to come inside and enjoy a Christmas feast with her. Her father declines and tells her to leave him alone. Lizzie's mother is concerned for her daughter and asks Lizzie to go to bed. Lizzie refuses and her mother begins to weep. When Lizzie asks her mother why she is crying, her mother tells her that she is sorry for her daughter's life and that Lizzie will grow up alone. In a sudden twist, Lizzie's father enters the room and apologizes for his behavior. He thanks his wife for being a good mother and thanks Lizzie for being a good daughter. He promises to do better in the future and promises to always come home for Christmas.
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