Christmas Story

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 1987 . The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and John Ruskin . Edited by George Allen Cate . Stanford , Calif .: Stanford University Press , 1982 . Dearest Mama Talbot : A Selection of Letters ...

Christmas Story

Presented here for the first time is the full text of John Ruskin's Christmas Story and his related letters of interpretation in which he describes what he believes to be a mystic experience placing him under the guidance of the soul of his lost love, Rose La Touche.

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