A Paperback edition by John Ruskin in English (Mar 10, 2009)
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Short Description: John Ruskin was the most powerful and influential art critic and social commentator of the Victorian nineteenth century. A true polymath, he wrote about nature, art, architecture,... Read more
John Ruskin was the most powerful and influential art critic and social commentator of the Victorian nineteenth century. A true polymath, he wrote about nature, art, architecture, politics, history, myth and much more. All of his work is characterized by a clarity of vision as unsettling and intense now as it was for his first readers.
This new selection includes wide-ranging extracts of Ruskin's texts, from the early 1840s to the late 1880s, as well as representative material from each of his major works. Modern Painters, The Stones of Venice, and Sesame and Lilies are juxtaposed with less familiar writing on science and myth. An authoritative introduction outlines Ruskin's life and thought, making it clear why his writing is still relevant today. This new edition also includes a selection of Ruskin's own illustrations.
About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
Selected Writings Paperback edition by John Ruskin
- John Ruskin
- Edited by
- Dinah Birch
- Oxford World's Classics
- Oxford University Press
- Publication date
- Mar 10, 2009
- Product dimensions
- 140 x 184 x 17mm
Modern Painters ; The Seven Lamps of Architecture ; The Stones of Venice ; Unto this Last ; Sesame and Lilies ; The Queen of the Air ; Lectures on Art ; Fors Clavigera ; The Eagle's Nest ; Proserpina ; Fiction, Fair and Foul ; The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century ; Praeterita