The Science of Aspects: The Changing Role of Fact in the Work of Coleridge, Ruskin and Hopkins by Patricia M. Ball (Hardback, 2013)

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Patricia M. Ball, Patricia M. Ball and Patricia M. Ball. 'There is a science of the aspects of things, as well as of their nature' - if this dictum of Ruskin is central to his aims in Modern Painters it points also to the remarkable affinity of creative effort to record and to interpret the natural world that links him with Coleridge at the beginning and with Hopkins in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
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