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Mornings in Florence (original 1875; edition 2009)

by John Ruskin

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Title:Mornings in Florence
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Info:B&R Samizdat Express (2009), Kindle Edition
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Mornings in Florence by John Ruskin (1875)

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Subtitled Being Simple Studies on Christian Art for English Travellers," Ruskin uses this 1877 work to advise pilgrims to Italy on what works of art to see during a limited time. His casual stroll conducts readers through the gates and basilicas of the city to ponder the genius of Giotto, Ghirlandajo, Boticelli, and others.… (more)

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