At the beginning of the twentieth century one of the greatest literary editions of all time was published: Cook and Wedderburn’s ‘Library Edition’ of The Works of John Ruskin (1903–1912). The Library Edition is a major resource for those interested in all aspects of nineteenth-century culture, including literature and economics, art and architecture, science and religion; but today the Library Edition is both expensive and difficult to obtain. Now general access to Ruskin’s complete works is made possible through this attractively presented CD-ROM version. Here the reader can navigate rapidly and search accurately through the entire text (which is four times the length of the Bible) and almost 1,000 full-page plates - an incomparable teaching and research resource. This enables you to retrace the kind of movement between texts and images which characterises the associative mind of Ruskin himself - a brilliant polymath.