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The Lady of Shalott

John William Waterhouse's 1888 painting inspired by Arthurian legend.

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A Quick Tip by snowleopard88

  • Aug 24, 2010
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Agatha Christie took Tennyson's words from the Lady of Shalott "the mirror crack'd from side to side" as the title of one of her novels. When she faced reality and looked out the window instead of at life's reflection, the poor cursed Lady had to die. Great stuff for Agatha Christie!
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Quick Tip by . July 29, 2010
One of my favorite Pre-Raphaelite works. This image is almost synonymous with Tennyson's poem.
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