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Early Ruskin Manuscripts, 1826–1842
The Early Ruskin Manuscripts, 1826–1842 is a project of Southeastern Louisiana University and Humanities Online, both under the direction of the university's Department of English.
All commentary in ERM, including apparatuses, glosses, notes transcripts, and other editorial treatments of the manuscripts is © by David C. Hanson. If quoting from ERM, please identify the title of the work or commentary quoted, the date that you accessed ERM, and the following credit line and url: The Early Ruskin Manuscripts, 1826–1842. Ed. David C. Hanson, 2016-2018. 〈english.selu.edu/ruskin〉.
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The early Ruskin manuscripts are divided among several archives. For any given work or manuscript, permission for a facsimile and transcript is credited to the relevant archive in the Apparatus Pages for both works and manuscripts, in the section of a given apparatus describing “Manuscripts.”
In notes and apparatuses throughout ERM, unpublished manuscripts relating to the Ruskin family are occasionally quoted to illuminate the context of the early Ruskin manuscripts forming the archive. Much of this material was researched by the editor at the Ruskin Library, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK. Quotations in each case are identified via links to the ERM Bibliography. The Ruskin Library has supplied the following statement concerning copyright of the manuscript collection held by the Ruskin Library: The Ruskin Foundation, which has care of these materials, has sought to establish the copyright for John Ruskinʼs unpublished literary manuscripts, but has been unable to do so on the basis of all the information currently known to it. It would therefore welcome contact from any person or persons who can show they hold this copyright.
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