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John Ruskin Susan Cunnington. collected in the volumes with curious titles
which appear among his works. His art work brought him. a good income, and “
finding himself rich he piously and prudently began to grow poor again for the
sake of ...
John Ruskin Susan Cunnington. neighbourhood where tea was sold as cheaply
in small quantities to the small customers as if they had been able to buy a large
amount at one time, was very partially successful because the people preferred ...
John Ruskin Susan Cunnington. * definitions of wealth given above suffice to
meet his posers of the drowned passenger with the belt of gold about him, and
the body of St. Carlo Borromeo (“Ad Valorem,” Sect. 62). - To the remark of the ...
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I saw this in a charity shop and bought it solely because it contains his wonderful fairy tale, "The King of the Golden River". I will, I'm afraid, skip the essays on art, architecture, and culture ... Read full review