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This novel describes Tom's time at Rugby School from his first football match, through his troubled adolescence when he is savagely bullied by the unspeakable Flashman, to his growing maturity as a young man.
Tom Brown's Schooldays is one of the classics of English children's literature and one of the earliest books written specifically for boys.
The delicious follow-up to his successful novels, Chris Kent returns to his favourite theme of public school boys -- this time through a clever retelling of Thomas Hughes Victorian children's novel, 'Tom Brown's Schooldays'. In Kent's version, the boys have a lot to learn, but will their naughty headmasters get their just desserts in the end?
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I feel it laid upon me in commending this book to a new generation of readers, to guard them, so far as I may, against such errors of it. Possibly it might have been cleansed of them by editing, but that would have taken much of the life out of it, and would have been a grievous wrong to the author. They must remain a part of literature as many other regrettable things remain. They are a part of history, a color of the contemporary manners, and an excellently honest piece of self-portraiture. They are as the wart on Cromwell's face, and are essentially an element of a most Cromwellian genius. It was Puritanism, Macaulay says, that stamped with its ideal the modern English gentleman in dress and manner, and Puritanism has stamped the modern Englishman, the liberal, the radical, in morals. The author of Toni Brown was strongly of the English Church and the English State, but of the broad church and of the broad state. He was not only the best sort of Englishman, but he was the making of the best sort of American; and the American father can trust the American boy with his book, and fear no hurt to his republicanism, still less his democracy.
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