I will pay for the following article The Relationship Between Sisters. The work is to be 9 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. As these concepts are difficult to define or explain, literature provides examples and analogies that bridge gaps in understanding as well as pose new questions to be answered. It also helps us to understand how these ideas were being formed and reinforced within the society in which these texts were written. .
On December 5, 1830, Christina Rossetti became the youngest of four children born to Gabriele and Frances Rossetti. Although the family was Italian, to the point that Gabriele reportedly “always spoke Italian in the family, never English. and the children from the earliest years, as well as his wife, answered him in Italian” (Bell, 1898: 4), they lived in London where Gabriele worked as Professor of Italian at King’s College London and as Italian teacher at King’s College School. Her oldest brother was the poet and artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti while her closest brother was William Michael Rossetti, a writer, and critic who worked diligently to collect and preserve his baby sister’s work. The remaining sibling was Maria Francesca Rossetti, who was also an author and later an Anglican nun. As a child, Christina and her brothers and sisters benefited not only from the dual languages they had to learn in England but also from the excellent instruction of their mother, who had been a governess prior to her marriage and who was determined to give all of her children a strong education. “At an early age, Rossetti developed a scrupulous manner which meant, her brother teased, that ‘she would soon become so polite it would be impossible to live with her’” (Arseneau, Harrison & Kooistra, 1999: 8). . This begins to illustrate the conflicts with gender that affected her life.