NINETEENTH-CENTURY CONTEXTS
Volume 18, Number 2, 1994

CONTENTS

SPECIAL ISSUE: JOHN RUSKIN

Editorial Note

Introduction
Michael Wheeler

Articles

Ruskin and the Politics of Viewing: Constructing National Subjects
Elizabeth Helsinger

Fathers and Sons: Ruskin, John James Ruskin, and Turner
Dinah Birch

Conjuring the "Necromantic Evidence" of History: Ruskin and the Enlightenment Revival of the 1870s
Judith Stoddart

"Resolve to be a Great Paintress": Women Artists in Relation to John Ruskin as Critic and Patron
Jan Marsh


Reviews

C. Stephen Finley, Nature's Covenant: Figures of Landscape in Ruskin
[Stephen Prickett]

Hilary Fraser, The Victorians in Renaissance Italy
[J. B. Bullen]

Linda M. Austin, The Practical Ruskin: Economics and Audience in the Late Work

[Nicholas Shrimpton]

Michael Wheeler and Nigel Whiteley, eds., The Lamp of Memory: Ruskin, Tradition and Architecture
[Cynthia J. Gamble]

Jonathan Bate, Romantic Ecology: Wordsworth and the Environmental Tradition
&
Andrew Cunningham and Nicholas Jarine, Eds., Romanticism and the Sciences
[Stuart Peterfreund]

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