John Ruskin

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Yale University Press, 1. 1. 2002 - 947 strán (strany)
John Ruskin, one of the greatest writers and thinkers of the nineteenth century, was also one of the most prolific. Not only did he publish some 250 works, but he also wrote lectures, diaries, and thousands of letters that have not been published. This book draws on the original source material to give a moving account of the life of this brilliant and creative man.

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18371840
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18411844
62
18451846
82
18461847
104
18471849
115
18491850
128
1871i
466
1871ii
490
18711872
504
1872
513
18731874
534
1874
550
18741875
569
18751876
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18541857
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18551857
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18551858
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18571858
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18581859
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THE LATER YEARS
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18621863
324
1864
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18641865
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18651866
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18671868
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18681869i
410
18681869ii
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18691870
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18751876
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18771878
634
1878
655
18781880
677
18801881
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1883
735
18831884
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1884
771
1885
783
18851887
796
18871888
823
1888
837
18881900
851
Postscript
875
Notes
879
Index
913
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Tim Hilton, an art critic and regular contributor to many newspapers, has written the catalogues for a number of significant exhibitions and has taught both painting and art history in several British art schools.

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