In the last chapters of MP 5, Ruskin gives a long
One result of this was the monstrous growth of London, which comprenait la scene de l’enfance de Turner, which Turner describes in the 10th chapter of the 7th part of MP, to be found in the 5th volume
He is revealed beauty in nature but of what use ?
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Ruskin attributes to Turner a greater perception than he might have had in realty of the negative effects of the industrial revolution
It is here then, among these deserted vales! Not among men. Those pale, poverty-struck, or cruel faces;—that multitudinous, marred humanity—are not the only things that God has made.