Higher Schools and Universities in Germany
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Binding: Trade Cloth
Size: 6.14" wide x 9.21" long x 0.81" tall
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Son of the famous headmaster at Rugby, Matthew Arnold was born in Laleham, England on December 24, 1822. Following his studies at Rugby and Oxford, he established himself in an Oxford professorship of poetry in 1857 and relentlessly pursued the theme of social integration. P As a young man, Arnold attempted to create poems through which contemporary readers could touch worlds of remoteness-the people and places of legend. But by 1855 he had realized that his poetry could never achieve the popularity of the poetry of Alfred Tennyson nor the influence among the great that might have compensated for his smaller audience. Arnold gradually became a trenchant social critic. In his essay Culture More...
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