TITLE

CHRIST'S HOSPITAL FIVE AND THIRTY YEARS AGO

AUTHOR(S)
Lamb
PUB. DATE
January 1913
SOURCE
Century of English Essays;1/1/1913, p86
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Essay
ABSTRACT
An essay is presented on a literature about childhood during the period of romanticism. It offers a situation where the author recollects childhood experiences and activities at Christ's Hospital School in Lincoln, England. It also notes the school's severity of masters and the worse tyranny of the school's monitors.
ACCESSION #
69695107

Tags: CHILDREN;  ROMANTICISM;  CHRIST'S Hospital School (Lincoln, England)

 

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