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Time and Tide by Weare and Tyne

John Ruskin, English art critic of the Victorian era (1819-1900)

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Table of Contents

- About This Book

- Preface

- Letter I. The Two Kinds Of Co-operation In Its Highest Sense It Is Not Yet Thought Of

- Letter Ii. Co Operation As Hitherto Understood Is Perhaps Not Expedient

- Letter Iii. Of True Legislation That Every Man May Be A Law To Himself

- Letter Iv. The Expenses For Art And For War

- Letter V. The Corruption Of Modern Pleasure

- Letter Vi.the Corruption Of Modern Pleasure

- Letter Vii. Of The Various Expressions Of National Festivity

- Letter Viii. The Four Possible Theories Respecting The Authority Of The Bible

- Letter Ix. The Use Of Music And Dancing Under The Jewish Theocracy Compared With Their Use By The Modern French

- Letter X. The Meaning And Actual Operation Of Satanic Or Demoniacal Influence

- Letter Xi. The Satanic Power Is Mainly Twofold

- Letter Xii. The Necessity Of Imperative Law To The Prosperity Of States

- Letter Xiii. The Proper Offices Of The Bishop And Duke

- Letter Xiv. The First Group Of Essential Laws Against Theft By False Work

- Letter Xv. The Nature Of Theft By Unjust Profits

- Letter Xvi. Of Public Education Irrespective Of Class-distinction

- Letter Xvii. The Relations Of Education To Position In Life

- Letter Xviii. The Harmful Effects Of Servile Employments

- Letter Xix. The General Pressure Of Excessive And Improper Work, In English Life

- Letter Xx. Of Improvidence In Marriage In The Middle Classes

- Letter Xxi. Of The Dignity Of The Four Fine Arts

- Letter Xxii. Of The Normal Position And Duties Of The Upper Classes

- Letter Xxiii. Of The Just Tenure Of Lands

- Letter Xxiv. The Office Of The Soldier

- Letter Xxv. Of Inevitable Distinction Of Rank, And Necessary Submission To Authority

- Appendices

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