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226: The Imagination Associative

Fine Friends, One of the great pleasures of reading (or, perhaps, and hopefully) rereading the second volume of Ruskin’s Modern Painters (1846), is to re-encounter his analysis of the Imagination and the vital role it plays in creating and sustaining … Continue reading

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