Autograph letters signed (3) : Denmark Hill and Brantwood, to Canon Richard Watson Dixon, 1871 Apr. 25, [1873 Sept. 3], and [1873 Oct. 7].

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Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. Autograph letters signed (3) : Denmark Hill and Brantwood, to Canon Richard Watson Dixon, 1871 Apr. 25, [1873 Sept. 3], and [1873 Oct. 7].

Autograph letters signed (3) : Denmark Hill and Brantwood, to Canon Richard Watson Dixon, 1871 Apr. 25, [1873 Sept. 3], and [1873 Oct. 7].

Thanking him for a letter received at a time "when little good of any kind is coming to me"; calling the works of James Fenimore Cooper "superficially dramatic, and dependent on breathless crisis," and agreeing to have another look at Alice in Wonderland, which he had found "too nonsensical"; and noting the distinction between "epic" and "narrative."

3 items (4 p.), 3 leaves ; 17.8 cm. + with three envelopes.

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