My name is Sukhwant Singh and for the past 2 months I have extensively researched in depth on MS better known as the Voynich manuscript. I hope, my explanation will lead to resolving the Voynich manuscript once and for all. The origins of the VM Voynich Manuscript lies in miles east from its current location. The place is in North Eastern Sindh region which is a part of Pakistan right now.
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London,39 vols. Further references to Ruskin's works will be given in the text by volume and page 5. The Diaries of John Ruskin, ed. Joan Evans and John Howard Whitehouse. Clarendon Press,pp.
Yale University Press,p. Diaries,and Works Pierre Fontaney gives the Geneva description such a reading in an excellent and suggestive article, "Ruskin and Paradise Regained," Victorian Studies 12 March, But Fontaney concludes that Ruskin does not know what he is doing: There is no doubt Ruskin was not aware of the imaginative structure of these pages as 1 have reconstructed it, and that he did not know that his relaxed, rambling narrative ran in the time-honored grooves of ancient motifs and myths" Fontaney does not relate "The Simplon" to a larger structure in the book.
It is with this movement, with the passage and dissolution of impressions, images, sensations, that analysis leaves off—that continual vanishing away, that strange perpetual weaving and unweaving of ourselves. Macmillan,p. Ruskin's Praeterita is a strangely self-destructive autobiography.
It was evidently written by a man who did not like himself. He measures his achievements, professional and personal, and concludes he is a failure.
The book seems deliberately to refuse the minimum we expect from autobiography: There are no definable principles of inclusion. It is digressive in form.
Unimportant people provide subjects for much anecdotal reminiscence, while many people of particular importance to Ruskin are barely mentioned or entirely omitted. The absence of introspection in all his memories is striking. Regret for lost opportunities is so frequent that it becomes obtrusive.
The tone of discontent is pervasive. Praeterita is hardly adequate as personal history or apology. It is an apparently perverse undertaking, almost a sabotage of the self. In place of a completed self Ruskin offers something much more tentative: A sensibility is not an achieved identity, but a given receptiveness.
Friendships and accomplishments, even education, seem to have affected this core of identity very little. This, I think, is one reason why the expected autobiographical content of Praeterita. Ruskin's minimal sense of self was powerfully touched by places, not people, and his accounts of certain scenes are the most emotionally charged passages in the book.
These experiences do not, however, form a pattern of growth, a progressive development toward the achieved self of the moment of writing.
They give us instead a series of repetitions and returns through which Ruskin's sense of his original identity, the peculiar sensibility of his "tadpole" self, is steadily intensified.
These descriptive passages, closely linked by imagery and by conscious recall, give Praeterita a definite structure it first seems to lack. That structure, depending on the metaphoric and affective connections between place and state of mind, is potentially a powerful one for autobiography—we think of Proust, of course.
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