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The genius of John Ruskin

The genius of John Ruskin

selections from his writings

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Published by University Press of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [557]-563).

StatementJohn D. Rosenberg, editor ; with a new bibliography by the editor ; and a new foreword by Herbert F. Tucker.
SeriesVictorian literature and culture series
ContributionsRosenberg, John D.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR5252
The Physical Object
Pagination566p. ;
Number of Pages566
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22488774M
ISBN 100813917891

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  Roe, Frederick R., Selections and Essays by John Ruskin (New York: Scribner’s, ). Rosenberg, John, The Genius of John Ruskin (New York: Columbia Univ., ). Along with Van Akin Burd, Rosenberg was the scholar most responsible for reigniting the just barely smouldering embers of Ruskin’s reputation in the s. Rosenberg, John D. The Darkening Glass: A Portrait of Ruskin’s Genius. New York and London: Columbia University Press, E-mail Citation» Essential reading for anyone interested in Ruskin, this brilliant book is widely credited with reviving critical interest in Ruskin in the s. Originally published in Sawyer, Paul.

  Early in his career, Marcel Proust, who greatly admired John Ruskin, published translations of two works by the English critic – La Bible d’Amiens () and Sésame et les Lys ().He wrote a substantial preface to each book and provided discursive notes that were themselves often small essays.   On the centenary of Ruskin's death, a biography that explores the genius of the romantic visionary and the anguish of the private man. A man of prodigious genius, the eminently Victorian John Ruskin ranged over the entire landscape of human knowledge, from botany and geology to art criticism and social : John Batchelor.


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“For almost 50 years,” Clark wrote in his book, Ruskin .Sesame. Of King's Treasuries / “You shall each have a cake of sesame,—and ten pound.” / Lucian: The Fisherman.

/ My first duty this evening is to ask your pardon for the ambiguity.