By J. Bradley
The subject and scope of the Chronology specialise in the lifestyles (in naked define) and guides (in temporal order) of John Ruskin (1819-1900). As art-critic, social commentator, architectural student, geologist, botanist, water-colourist, lecturer, letter-writer and prose stylist, Ruskin stands forth as probably the pre-eminent Victorian polymath. His advocacy of artwork and artists, his braveness within the face of opposed, uninformed feedback and his enlightened compassionate perspectives of the human situation demonstrate Ruskin as 'not of an age yet for all time'. those attributes the Chronology endeavours to signify.
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30 A Ruskin Chronology 26 ECGR entertains friends at a soiree which JR attends for some thirty minutes. 28 Writes his father a delightful critique of Scott's novels. December 3 (Wed) Tries to allay his mother's fears that he might stray from the Protestant fold. Notes he has finished a 90-page commentary on Job. 6 JR and ECGR are visited by an Englishman named Foster who will play a brief but distasteful role in their Venetian. lives. 17 Sends JJR a tentative list of the earlier chapters of SVII as well as MS sheets of his work.
20 Laments, once more, to Lady Trevelyan, that he has unanswered letters 'a foot deep' and regrets MPIV is 'detained', that most common disorder of publishing houses. March Preface to MPIV is written this month. 12 (Wed) Delivers comment at Birmingham School of Art on design as related to manufacture. 19 After the usual legally profitable wrangles attending JMWT's will, the Court of Chancery frees some of the painter's monies and work for the purposes designed when the document was drawn up years before.
On the other hand, he is locked into his customary routine and continues his work, daily, at his parents' house on the final two volumes of SV. He pays few visits, breakfasting with Rogers, viewing an exhibition, seeing the Brownings or hunting for missals. All in all, there is little (on the surface) to draw the biographer, but it is clear that JR works long, earnestly and systematically during these six months, which are for him a sustained period of expressing in matchless English a central document of the Victorian age.
A Ruskin Chronology by J. Bradley