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171: The Cathedrals of the Earth

All, Perhaps no one has ever loved mountains more than John Ruskin. Before him, with few exceptions, they were generally ignored in literature (Dante, for example, says almost nothing about them; his “Paradiso” exists in some unspecified “up there”), or … Continue reading

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