By Jay Fellows
Professor Fellows offers a map of Ruskin's brain because it shifts from stipulations of mastery to insanity. In his examine, he examines and transcribes the ways that Ruskin saw his dislocation of mind's eye and indicates how, within the very means of disintegration; he was once enabled via his strange genius to remodel the consequences on his language and conceptualization into new varieties of articulation less than pain.
Originally released in 1981.
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