Education in Literature
Many novels include portrayals of educational experiences, which are often semi-autobiographical. This work analyzes the portrayal of education in eight well-known novels, together with my comments on their current relevance.
Education in Literature Moti Ben-Ari
Cramming it in bit by bit
Why do you think you have vacations?
If it had not been for you he would have lived just that much longer
You're going to be a teacher
These young men were extremely critical of the books and methods of teaching
An Egyptian Childhood
The Stream of Days
A Passage to France
They are the government, they can do anything they want
When had education ever harmed anyone
'Have to' is just gone out of the curriculum
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Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, "Borgia, Lucrezia" to "Bradford, John" Volume 4, Slice 3
Notes and Queries, Number 84, June 7, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.