Information concerning Rosssetti’s reading in Arabian Nights, early Gothic works (e.g., Lewis’s Tales o f Wonder), Maturin (especially Melmoth, Montorio, although long-ago, widespread celebration of Bertram noted), Victorian Gothics (Prest’s Ada The Betrayed, translations of Meinhold’s Sidonia the Sorceress, The Amber Witch), Poe, ballads, Burger. Young D.G. Rossetti’s own ventures into horrifies (“Sir Hugh the Heron,” “William and Marie,” “Roderick and Rosalba”), his translation of “Lenore” discussed, along with his derivations from Poe, drawings for Lewis’s Castle Spectre.