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207: Every Inch a Miracle

Ruskin was aware of the group of mid-nineteenth century writers known as the Transcendentalists. He read and liked Whitman, Thoreau, and Emerson, particularly approving of their unabashed love of Nature. With Whitman, a limited correspondence evolved. In one letter to … Continue reading

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