How is the 'damsel bright' described in Coleredge's poem "Christabel"?

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The "damsel bright", who is Geraldine, is described in detail in Stanza 9.  She is "exceedingly" beautiful, dressed in "a silken robe of white", and her neck, arms, and feet, are bare.  Geraldine is "richly clad", with jewels arranged "disorder'd in her hair" (lines 60-66).

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