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" It is not that men are ill fed, but that they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men are pained by the scorn of the upper classes, but they cannot endure... "
John Ruskin: A Study - Page 82
by Robert Percival Downes - 1890 - 119 pages
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Bombay Quarterly Review, Volume 1, Issue 1

India - 1855
...that they have no pleasure in the work 'by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men...the upper classes, but they cannot endure their own ; ibr they feel that the kind of labour to which they are condemned is verily a degrading one, and...
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The stones of Venice.-3 vol

John Ruskin - 1867
...that they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men...endure their own ; for they feel that the kind of labor to which they are condemned is verily a degrading one, and makes them less than men. Never had...
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Precious Thoughts: Moral and Religious, Volume 1

John Ruskin - 1868 - 349 pages
...that they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men...much sympathy with the lower, or charity for them, a they have at this day, and yet never were they so mner hated by them : for, of old, the separation...
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The sea-stories

John Ruskin - Architecture - 1873
...that they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men...endure their own ; for they feel that the kind of labor to which they are condemned is verily a degrading one, and makes them less than men. Never had...
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The Stones of Venice ...

John Ruskin - Architecture - 1880
...jlnrnrn -m tha wcdr byjyiue^-tJae^-make their bread. only uicajis of pleasure. It o ^. aud t is __ not that men are pained by the scorn of the upper...they cannot endure their own ; for they feel that f]' kinj] nf labor to which they are condemned i.8.yerily.Ajle^raduig one, and makes tnem less than...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - Essays - 1884 - 479 pages
...that they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men...for they feel that the kind of labour to which they arc condemned is verily a degrading one, and makes them less than men. Never had the upper classes...
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The Stones of Venice, Volumes 1-2

John Ruskin - Architecture - 1885
...they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as tho only means of pleasure. It is not that men are pained by tho scorn of tho upper classes, but they cannot endure their own ; for they feel that the kind of labor...
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Art and Life: A Ruskin Anthology

John Ruskin, William Sloane Kennedy - Art - 1886 - 593 pages
...that they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men...cannot endure their own; for they feel that the kind of labor to which they are condemned is verily a degrading one, and makes them less than men. — Stones...
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Art and Life: A Ruskin Anthology

John Ruskin, William Sloane Kennedy - Art - 1886 - 593 pages
...scorn of the upper classes, but they cannot endure their own; for they feel that the kind of labor to which they are condemned is verily a degrading one, and makes them less than men. — Stones of Venice, II., p. 164. THE " FREE HAND " IN DRAWING. — Try to draw a circle yourself...
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The Works of John Ruskin: The stones of Venice, v. 1-3

John Ruskin - 1887
...that they have no pleasure in the work by which they make their bread, and therefore look to wealth as the only means of pleasure. It is not that men...cannot endure their own; for they feel that the kind of labor to which they are condemned is verily a degrading one, and makes them less than men. Never had...
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