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" The second reason is, that imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life. It is the sign of life in a mortal body, that is to say, of a state of progress and change. Nothing that lives is, or can be, rigidly perfect ; part of it is... "
The Eclectic Review - Seite 471
1853
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Le Renouveau gothique en Angleterre idéologie et architecture introd ...

Pierre Fontaney - 1989 - 266 Seiten
...but what is bad can be perfect, in its own bad way. § 25. The second reason is, that imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life. lt is the sign of life in a mortal body, that is to say, of a state of progress and change. Nothing...
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Aestheticism: The Religion of Art in Post-romantic Literature

Leon Chai, Professor of English and Comparative Literature Leon Chai - 1990 - 269 Seiten
...it admits simultaneously the possibility of imperfection at each level. Yet for Ruskin imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life....rigidly perfect; part of it is decaying, part nascent. . . . And in all things that live there are certain irregularities and deficiencies which are not only...
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The Culture of Spontaneity: Improvisation and the Arts in Postwar America

Daniel Belgrad - 1999 - 343 Seiten
...John Ruskin in The Stones of Venice, vol. 2 (1853): "Imperfection is in some sort essential to all we know of life. It is the sign of life in a mortal body. ... To banish imperfection is to destroy expression, to check exertion, to paralyze vitality." Quoted...
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Out of Place: Englishness, Empire, and the Locations of Identity

Ian Baucom - 1999 - 280 Seiten
...demand for perfection is always a sign of a misunderstanding of the ends of art. . . . Imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life....rigidly perfect; part of it is decaying, part nascent. . . . Accept this then for a universal law, that neither architecture nor any other noble work of man...
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Romantic Poems, Poets, and Narrators

Joseph C. Sitterson - 2000 - 203 Seiten
...first, "no great man ever stops working till he has reached his point of failure"; second, "imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life. . . . Nothing that lives is, or can be, rigidly perfect."38 1 have in effect applied Ruskin's arguments...
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D.H. Lawrence and 'difference'

Professor in Contemporary Literature Amit Chaudhuri, Amit Chaudhuri, Tom Paulin - 2003 - 226 Seiten
...wholeness, but the qualities of incompleteness, changeability, 'unfinishedness', and 'imperfection': Nothing that lives is, or can be, rigidly perfect;...foxglove blossom, — a third part bud, a third part past, a third part in full bloom, — is a type of the life of this world. And in all things that live...
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The Pre-Raphaelites: Writings and Sources, Band 3

Inga Bryden - 1998 - 304 Seiten
...work none but what is bad can be perfect, in its own bad way.' The second reason is, that imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life....part of it is decaying, part nascent. The foxglove blossom,—a third part bud, a third part past, a third part in full bloom,—is a type of the life...
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The Stones of Venice -: The Sea Stories, Band 2

John Ruskin - 2013 - 452 Seiten
...but what is bad can be perfect, in its own bad way.* § xxv. The second reason is, that imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life....foxglove blossom, — a third part bud, a third part past, a third part in full bloom,— is a type of the life of this world. And in all things that live...
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Ezra Pound and the Visual Culture of Modernism

Rebecca Beasley - 2007 - 221 Seiten
...artistic significance than that of the more widely esteemed High Renaissance because 'its imperfection is in some sort essential to all that we know of life', and 'to banish imperfection is to destroy expression, to check exertion, to paralyze vitality'; Browning...
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Ann Arbor Baptist, Bände 1-5

1888
...not uproot human feelings. He only directs and elevates them. vim, ,1,1. IMPERFECTION. IMPERFECTION is in some sort essential to all that we know of life....part of it is decaying, part nascent. The foxglove blossoms,— a third part bud, a third part past, a third part in full bloom, — is a type of the...
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