· Christabel: Directed by Alex Levy-Heller. With Milla Fernandez, Lorena Castanheira, Alexandre Rodrigues, Julio Adrião. Christabel finds Geraldine, a mysterious woman who's been attacked. Christabel gives shelter to Geraldine, but that sparks passion and 6/10(21).

The name Christabel is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "fair Christian". Though Isabel is a smash hit, Christabel still hasn't been fully embraced. It was originally popularized in England via the Coleridge poem Christabel ("whom her father loves so well") and was given to the poet's granddaughter.

What does Christabel mean? C hristabel as a girls' name is pronounced is of Latin and French origin, and the meaning of Christabel is "beautiful Christian". Medieval coinage from the name of Christ with -bel (see Belle).Use has been primarily literary, as in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem of the same name, in which the heroine is an example of innocent purity.

Christabel, unfinished Gothic ballad by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, first published in Christabel; Kubla Khan, A Vision; The Pains of Sleep (). The first part of the poem was written in , the second in In it Coleridge aimed to show how naked energy might be redeemed through contact with.

“Christabel” is a poem by English poet, critic, and philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The long, unfinished lyrical ballad was published in an pamphlet, alongside one of his most famous works, “Kubla Khan.” In the poem, Christabel meets a mysterious figure, Geraldine.

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  1. But Christabel the lamp will trim. She trimmed the lamp, and made it bright, And left it swinging to and fro, While Geraldine, in wretched plight, Sank down upon the floor below. O weary lady, Geraldine, I pray you, drink this cordial wine! It is a wine of virtuous powers;.

  2.  · Christabel: With Elizabeth Hurley, Stephen Dillane, Nigel Le Vaillant, Geoffrey Palmer. An English girl marries a German lawyer in the s and they try to live as normal a life as they can in Hitler's Germany. When Allied bombs start falling on German cities, Christabel takes her two young sons to a village in the mountains. Then she learns that her husband and some of his friends have been 8/10().

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