John Ruskin: Selections and Essays

Frederick William Roe (Editor)

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John Ruskin wrote many books and essays in his lifetime.  Here in one volume are his most significant writings, examining nature, art, and art and society. Ruskin’s famous treatise, The Nature of Gothic from his landmark Stones of Venice, is included. Many of Ruskin’s ideas served to inspire the next generation of social reformers in Britain and America, including William Morris, Gustav Stickley, and Elbert Hubbard.

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Author

Frederick William Roe (Editor)

Format

Softcover; 310 pp

isbn

978-0486497099

Year

2013