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The Student s Guide to the University of Cambridge By various writers Edited by J R Seeley

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The student s guide to the University of Cambridge ed by sir J R Seeley

Author : sir John Robert Seeley
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The Student s Guide to the University of Cambridge By Various Writers Edited by J R Seeley

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Nineteenth Century Short title Catalogue phase 1 1816 1870

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Publishers circular and booksellers record

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Catalogue of the Books in the Manchester Free Library Additions from 1864 to 1879 1 v in 2 1879

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Publishers Circular and General Record of British and Foreign Literature and Booksellers Record

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The Quarterly Review

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Oxbridge Men

Author : Paul R. Deslandes
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The mythic status of the Oxbridge man at the height of the British Empire continues to persist in depictions of this small, elite world as an ideal of athleticism, intellectualism, tradition, and ritual. In his investigation of the origins of this myth, Paul R. Deslandes explores the everyday life of undergraduates at Oxford and Cambridge to examine how they experienced manhood. He considers phenomena such as the dynamics of the junior common room, the competition of exams, and the social and athletic obligations of intercollegiate boat races to show how rituals, activities, relationships, and discourses all contributed to gender formation. Casting light on the lived experience of undergraduates, Oxbridge Men shows how an influential brand of British manliness was embraced, altered, and occasionally rejected as these students grew from boys into men.

Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature

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