Public Schools and British Opinion, 1780 to 1860: An Examination of the Relationship Between Contemporary Ideas and the Evolution of an English Institution
Methuen & Company, 1938 - Počet stran: 432
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Public Schools and British Opinion, 1780 to 1860: An Examination of the ...
Edward Clarence Mack
Zobrazení fragmentů - 1936
Arnold attack authority became believed boys Butler called cause century character chiefly Church classes classics Clough College conservative criticism defenders desire direct discipline doctrines early effect eighteenth century England English Eton existed fact fagging feeling felt Finally forces freedom hand happiness Harrow head master Ibid ideals ideas important individual influence institutions intellectual interest kind later learning less Letters liberal living London masters means methods middle mind moral Moreover nature never object older opinion political poor practical prefect probably produced Public School Quarterly radical reason reform regard religious respect result Rugby says seems sense Shrewsbury social spirit Stanley subjects taught teaching thirties thought tradition upper virtue wanted Westminster whole Winchester writing wrote youth