John Ruskin: The Early Years

John Ruskin: The Early Years

Tim Hilton / Sep 21, 2019

John Ruskin The Early Years This is the authoritative biography of John Ruskin the most influential nineteenth century critic of art and society It draws on the complete text of Ruskin s diaries and many thousands of unpublishe

  • Title: John Ruskin: The Early Years
  • Author: Tim Hilton
  • ISBN: 9780300082654
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the authoritative biography of John Ruskin, the most influential nineteenth century critic of art and society It draws on the complete text of Ruskin s diaries and many thousands of unpublished letters and other documents to provide flesh insight into the background and content of Ruskin s numerous books.

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    126 Comments

    1. In most biographies the subject often feels slightly off centre stage. Perhaps the quality of the biography can be measured by how far off the subject is, or, in the case of early modern Biographies, how well the writer pulls off the conjuring trick of making the subject appear at all.This book is the first part of a two volume life. It covers forty one years (plus his parents) in under three hundred pages, and feels like an extended essay. That said, Hilton knows his subject well, and has manag [...]


    2. disappointing. hilton tells the life, but he don't delve. he doesn't adequately examine ruskin's thought, nor does he quote enough. this isn't an intellectual biography (which it should be).


    3. Glad I read it, but I will not be moving on to volume two. I've had it with Ruskin, especially when he starts talking in baby talk.


    4. This is the first of two volumes of Hilton's thorough biography of Ruskin. This one was 320 pages and the second is 544. I will, perhaps, probably, maybe get to reading that second volume. Someday.


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