3 edition of Thomas Hughes, 1822-1896 found in the catalog.
Thomas Hughes, 1822-1896
John Egram Little
|Statement||[by] John E. Little; preface by Sir John Betjeman.|
|LC Classifications||LA2375.G72 H835|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 25 p.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||73150515|
Lilian's father, Thomas Hughes was educated at Oriel College, Oxford. He was a Liberal MP and barrister and spent much time promoting Working Men's Education and the Co-operative movement. He is most well known as author of 'Tom Brown's Schooldays' published in which evokes the Rugby school of his youth and respect for his headmaster, Dr.
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Thomas Hughes ( - ), was a student at Rugby School and wrote this classic work in the mids. Hughes had earlier written a prequel (Tom Brown's Schooldays), and later became a Member of Parliament.
Tom Brown at Oxford is a work of fiction but based greatly on the university experiences of the author, Thomas Hughes/5(24). Get this from a library. Thomas Hughes. [John Egram Little]. Hughes stops to meditate on the universal nature of Christianity, kingship and morality, comparing his own late Victorian era with those Anglo-Saxon times of Alfred.
This makes for personal and interesting commentary on the times Hughes was writing. Thomas Hughes () is most famous for his novel Tom Brown’s School Days. He was an MP. While at Rugby, he was greatly influenced by Dr.
Thomas Arnold, considered one of the most influential British schoolmasters of the 19th century, and the source of Thomas Hughes’ ideal schoolteacher in his books. While in school, Hughes excelled at sports, especially cricket.
He began working as a lawyer three years later, passing the bar in Memorial ID: View Source. Thomas Hughes, by John E Little (Book) The friendship of books, and other lectures by Frederick Denison Maurice () Thomas Hughes of England and his visits to Chicago in and by Daniel Goodwin (Book).
found: Oxford dictionary of national biography, 13 May (Thomas Hughes, social reformer and children's writer; born at Uffington, Berkshire, on 20 October ; died in Brighton, on his way to Europe for his health, on 22 March ).
HUGHES, THOMAS (–), the author of 'Tom Brown's School Days,' was born at Uffington, a country parish near Faringdon in Berkshire, on 20 Oct. His father was John Hughes (–) [q. v.] His brother George Edward (–), who is the subject of Tom Hughes's 'Memoir of a Brother,' was thirteen months Tom's senior; he was.
Thomas Hughes (20 October – 22 March ) was an English lawyer and author. He is most famous for his novel Tom Brown's School Days (), a semi-autobiographical work set at Rugby School, which Hughes had attended. The manliness of Christ Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
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Maurice; ed., with a preface, by T. Hughes, Q.C Frederick Denison Maurice The Tom Brown Series was written by Thomas Hughes () and is a two volume series that chronicles English school boy adventures. According to many scholars these books and Dickens' Nicholas Nickleby present this genre in a more realistic way than any other novels.
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Sir Harry Paget Flashman VC, KCB, KCIE is a fictional character created by Thomas Hughes (–) in the semi-autobiographical Tom Brown's School Days () and later developed by George MacDonald Fraser (–). Harry Flashman appears in a series of 12 of Fraser's books, collectively known as The Flashman Papers, with covers.
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THOMAS HUGHES – HE THOMAS HUGHES COLLECTION formed by Mr. Parrish is fully de-scribed in his Dormy House catalogue, Charles Kingsley and Thomas Hughes (), except, of course, for a few items acquired by him after the publication of the cata-logue.
THOMAS HUGHES Signed on New Year's Day Signature: "Thos. Hughes/New Years Day ", 5x2 paper affixed to 5x2 card (two surfaces).English lawyer, author and politician Thomas Hughes () wrote several novels, the most popular being his semi-autobiographical Tom Brown's School Days ().A Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party (), Hughes was.
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by Thomas Hughes Seller Rare Book Cellar Item Price. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Thomas Hughes (), Social reformer and children's writer. Sitter in 16 portraits Author; barrister, ; follower of F.D. Maurice and the Christian Socialist movement; his famous book, Tom Brown's Schooldays, was published anonymously inand was immediately successful; Liberal MP, and ; Principal of Working Men's College, ; county court.
By: Thomas Hughes: Thomas Hughes QC (20 October 22 March ) was an English lawyer, judge, politician and author. (Thomas Hughes QC (20 October 22 March ) was an) Memoir of a brother (). Semi-autobiographical novel by English lawyer, judge and politician Thomas Hughes ( - ).
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Thomas Hughes (Author) Thomas Hughes (–) was an English lawyer and author whose most-famous book, Tom Brown's School Days, has become a classic work of young adult literature (Hughes based the character of Tom on his brother George).
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1) This entry is for the English 19th century lawyer and novelist Thomas Hughes Tom Brown's School Days. 2) Hughes, Thomas, fl. Thomas Hughes () Visual Arts Science Character- ization Theme & Subject Setting Web Resources Biblio- graphy Victorian Web. One of the classics of English children's literature, and one of the earliest books written specifically for boys, this novel's steady popularity has given it an influence well beyond the upper middle-class world that it describes.
It tells a story central to an understanding of Victorian life, but its freshness helps to distinguish it from the narrow schoolboy adventures that it later inspired.2/5(1). Thomas Hughes () by Sir Thomas Brock, K.C.B., R.A. Marble, on a stone pedestal. Unveiled Rugby School. "Brock included a tribute to his subject's success as an author by giving Hughes a book in his left hand and a quill pen (frequently stolen) in his right.
The large stetson hat which rests” by Hughes' right foot is a. approximate search. 1 shortlist title data search history. results: search [or] ISN | 1 hits 1 hits. Tom Brown At Oxford. By Thomas Hughes ( - ) English Published By Macmillan & Company, New York Book: - 4 3/4" x 7" Illustrated Pages Hard Cover Bound.
Book Complete. Unmarked. Sound Binding. Foxing & Minor Water Stains. Page Edge Soiling & Cover Wear. Thomas Hughes, the author of Tom Browns School Days, was fascinated by the early middle ages of English history.
Writing as much as a concerned citizen as an historian, Hughes believes that King Alfred the Great was the true representative ‘In all history it would be hard to find a more striking example of what one man may do for a nation in /5(3).
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Tom Brown's School Days. Thomas HUGHES ( - ) Tom Brown's Schooldays is a novel by Thomas Hughes first published in The story is set at Rugby School, a public school for boys, in the s.