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Lalla Rookh by Kenny Meadows.jpg
An engraved image of Lalla Rookh as drawn by Kenny Meadows and engraved by J. Hollis. VERIFY SOURCE
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Moore's Irish Melodies [music and illustrations]. London London, [1880].Title-page.jpg
A 'portrait' of Eveleen, the title character of Thomas Moore's 'Eveleen's Bower', from Irish Melodies second number, as found in Irish Melodies ... illustrated with numerous original steel engravings, after W.P. Frith, R.A., A. Elmore, R.A. ...…

Lalla Rookh cover Routledge 1868.jpg
A colour portrait of Lalla Rookh by George Housman Thomas. (London: Routledge, 1868)
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Mokanna unveils himself to Zelica.Paris, 1820d.jpg
This image shows the episode from 'The Veiled Prophet' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookk where Mokanna reveals his face to a repelled Zelica. Taken from from The Works of Thomas Moore, vol. 1 (Paris: Arthus Bertrand, 1820), frontispiece;

Lalla Rookh.1822d.jpg
This is a portrait of the Moghul Princess Lalla Rookh from Lalla Rookk : ein morganländisches Gedicht / von Thomas Moore ; uebersetst von Johann Ludwig Witthaus (Zwickau: Schumann, 1822).
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Aliris with Lalla Rookh.1822d.jpg
This image of Feramorz/Aliris holding Lalla Rookh is from the final episode in Thomas Moore's romance, where the princess discovers that her beloved Feramorz is none other than her betrothed, the Bucharian prince Aliris. It is taken from Lalla Rookk…

LR.L1.1880a.Zelica's zeal.Tenniel.jpg
This image depicts an episode from 'The Veiled Prophet' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. Zelica, a recent adherent to the cult headed by Mokanna, is demonstrating her zeal for her new-found beliefs.
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LR.L1.1880a.Selim ignores his harem.Tenniel.jpg
This image depicts an episode from 'The Light of the Harem' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. The emperor Selim is unable to enjoy the presence of his harem.
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LR.L1.1880a.Selim and Nourmahal.Tenniel.jpg
This image depicts two characters from 'The Light of the Harem' from Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh: the Mogul prince Selim, and his beloved concubine Nourmahal. Found in in Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh (London: Longmans, 1880), p. 248.

LR.L3.1857.Gheber shows Hinda his belt.Anon.jpg
This image depicts an episode from 'The Fire Worshippers' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh: Hafed's revelation that he wears the belt of a Gheber warrior inspires a startled response from the Arab princess Hinda. Found in: Scenes from the…
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