Richard Coeur de Lion and Blondel by Charlotte Brontë
Author: Charlotte Brontë | Published: -
Richard Coeur de Lion and Blondel Synopsis
Richard Coeur de Lion and Blondel is a poem about a legend surrounding King Richard I of England for his bravery in war.
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The blush, the light, the gorgeous glow of Eve
Waned from the radiant chambers of the west;
Now, twilight’s robe, dim, orient shadows weave:
One star, gleams faintly lustrous, in the east;
Far down it shines, on the blue Danube’s breast,
As calmly, wavelessly its waters glide
On to th’ appointed regions of their rest,
The Sea, profound and hoary, waste and wide;
Whose black’ning billows swell in ever restless pride.
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Charlotte Brontë's Books on PageVio
Novels: Jane Eyre | Shirley | Villette | The Professor
Juvenilia: The Search After Happiness
Non-fiction: Biographical Notice of Ellis and Acton Bell
Poetry: Richard Coeur de Lion and Blondel | Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell
Here's a full list of Charlotte Brontë's books.