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" ... their will) as a dream sent to any of us by night when we dream clearest; and it is this veracity of vision that could not be refused, and of moral that could not be foreseen, which in modern historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account:... "
The Queen of the Air: Being a Study of the Greek Myths of Cloud and Storm - Page 17
by John Ruskin - 1872 - 178 pages
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The Works of John Ruskin: The queen of the air

John Ruskin - 1874
...historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account: being indeed the thing which no merely historical investigator can understand, or even believe; for...of the nature of Greek religion and legend from the poems of Keats, and the nearly as beautiful, and, in general grasp of subject, far more powerful, recent...
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The Works of John Ruskin, Honorary Student of Christ Church, Oxford: Sesame ...

John Ruskin - 1874
...historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account : being indeed the thing which no merely historical investigator can understand, or even believe ; for...of the nature of Greek religion and legend from the poems of Keats, and the nearly as beautiful, and, in general grasp of subject, far more powerful, recent...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 46

1881
...of The Earthly Paradise has given better, more popular, and more truly Hellenic characteristics. " You may obtain a more truthful idea of the nature of Greek religion and myth from the poems of Keats, and the nearly as beautiful and in general grasp of subject far more...
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The works of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1883
...historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account : being indeed the thing which no merely historical investigator can understand, or even believe ; for...of the nature of Greek religion and legend from the poems of Keats, and the nearly as beautiful, and, in general grasp of subject, far more powerful, recent...
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Art and Life: A Ruskin Anthology

John Ruskin - Art - 1886 - 593 pages
...happy among European races. — Roadside Songs of Tuscany, pp. 106, 107. THE RELIGION OF THE GREEKS.— You may obtain a more truthful idea of the nature of Greek religion and legend from the poems of Keats, and the nearly as beautiful, and, in general grasp of subject, far more powerful, recent...
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Works

John Ruskin - 1887
...historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account : being indeed the thing which no merely historical investigator can understand, or even believe; for...measure also see visions and dream dreams. So that yon may obtain a more truthful idea of the nature of Greek religion and legend from the poemi of Keats,...
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The Works of John Ruskin: Sesame and lilies. The ethics of the dust. The ...

John Ruskin - 1887
...historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account : being indeed the thing which no merely historical investigator can understand, or even believe; for...belongs exclusively to the creative or artistic group oi men, and can only be interpreted by those of their race, . who themselves in some measure also see...
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Religion in Recent Art: Being Expository Lectures on Rossetti, Burne Jones ...

Peter Taylor Forsyth - Art and religion - 1889 - 361 pages
...historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account : being indeed the thing which no merely historical investigator can understand or even believe ; for...in some measure also see visions and dream dreams." 1I. THESE remarks may be useful in approaching such writing on the wall as the pictures of Mr. Watts,...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 50

Religion - 1889
...WILLIAM L. KINGSLEY. MORRIS'S ATAXANTA'B RACE, ETC.*—In a study of the Greek myths Ruskin says, " You may obtain a more truthful idea of the nature of Greek religion and legend from the poems of Keats and the nearly as beautiful and, in general grasp of subject, far more powerful recent...
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The World's Literature: A Course in English for Colleges and High ..., Volume 1

Mary Elizabeth Burt - Literature - 1890
...historical inquiry has been left wholly out of account: being indeed the thing which no merely historical investigator can understand, or even believe; for...of the nature of Greek religion and legend from the poems of Keats, and Thereaiityof the nearly as beautiful, and, in general grasp of myt^eipiahied subject,...
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