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Christabel is a long narrative poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Meant to be written in five parts, only the first (1797) and second (1800) parts were completed.

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  • Christabel (2001, United States-Fantasma Inc.), Screenplay: N/A; Director: James Fotopoulos

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  • Christabel (1995], N/A: N/A), Dramatist: Don Nigro
  • Thirst: A Spell for Christabel (N/A, United States: Here Arts Center), Dramatist: Monika Bustamante

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  • Carmilla (1872, N/A), Author: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Christabel (2008, N/A), Author: Karin Kallmaker

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  • "Christobell: A Gothic Tale" (1835, England), Writer: Anna Jane Vardill
  • Christabess: A Right Woeful Poem, Translated from the Doggeral, By Sir Vinegar Sponge (1816, England), Writer: S. T. Colebritche
  • "Isabelle" (1816, England), Writer: James Hogg
  • "The Cherub" (1816, England), Writer: James Hogg
  • Prolusions on Modern Poets (1819, England), Writer: Sheron Turner
  • "The Baron Rich—Part II. By S. T. C." (1820, England), Writer: William Frederick Deacon
  • "The Dream" (1824, England), Writer: W. F. Deacon
  • "A Vision. By the Author of Christabel" (1816, N/A), Writer: Thomas Moore
  • "The Legend of the Teufel-Haus" (1852, N/a), Writer: Winthrop Mackworth Praed
  • Living Poets and Poetesses; A Biographical and Critical Poem (1832, England), Writer: Nicholas Michell
  • "The Culprit Fay" (1835, USA), Writer: Joseph Rodman Drake
  • "Hon. Mr. Sucklethumbkin's Story. The Execution. A Sporting Anecdote." (1837, England), Writer: Thomas Ingoldsby
  • "Geraldine" (1838, England), Writer: Martin Farquhar
  • The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1838, England), Writer: James Gillman
  • "Ada of Grassmere" (184?, England), Writer: Hartley Coleridge
  • "Christabel. Continued from C." (1841, N/A), Writer: Eliza Stewart
  • "Christabel—The 3rd Part" (1852, England), Writer: N/A
  • "Romance" (1854, England), Writer: Francis Turner Palgrave
  • "Christabel Concluded" (1860, England), Writer: Owen Blayney Cole
  • "Christabel (Concluded)" (1893, England), Writer: Henry C. Howard
  • "Christobel" (1885, England), Writer: Joyce Darrell
  • "The Snake-Witch" (1899, England), Writer: Edward John Chapman
  • Completion of Coleridge's Christabel, and Other Poems (1899, USA), Writer: William Turk
  • Completion of Coleridge's Christabel: A Story of Destiny and Peace (1909, USA), Writer: Edna Wahlert
  • "Christabel" (1915, England), Writer: Marion Dorothy Belgrave
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Ballad Christabel (1926, USA), Writer: George Stanislus Connell
  • "The End of Christabel" (1935, USA), Writer: William Rose Benét
  • "Christabel, Part III, or (haply) Part I" (1943, England), Writer: Ernest Hartley Coleridge
  • Christobel. Parts I and II by S.T. Coleridge; Parts III and IV mainly by Dean B Lyman Jr. (1950, USA), Writer: Dean B. Lyman
  • Modern Man and Christabel (1980, USA), Writer: John Shotton
  • Christabel Concluded (1983, N/A), Writer: Alex M. Saunders
  • Geraldine (1985, England), Writer: Monica Jay
  • Christabel (1998, USA), Writer: Laura Adams
  • Christabel's Escape (2012, N/A), Writer: E.F. Lewins

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