Tag Archives: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

163: On Being Ready to Sing

George Sampson was, as I said in our last post, when it came to an accurate understanding of Ruskin, both brilliant and insightful. The sentences we read, within which he summarized our subject’s life and work were accurate, crisp, and … Continue reading

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