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Review of the Principal Characters and Ideas in the Browning Version

Summary: Essay provides a review of the principal characters and ideas of The Browning Version.
Dr. Frobisher, the headmaster of the school, keeps everybody in order, and has a very old fashioned style of teaching. He believes strongly on discipline, and he is a very confident man; very certain of himself. He tries to keep everybody happy, even if it does mean `bending the truth'. When he is round people whom he does not like, he speaks highly of them and compliments them. When he is not around them though, he criticizes their teaching style; he condemns their personality. He is not a person you would trust or want to have faith in. He doesn't have any support Andrew Crocker-Harris. When Andrew asks Dr. Frobisher to put his case for a pension to the governors, Andrew believes in Frobisher; he thinks he will try hard. This is in fact what Frobisher tells Andrew, but...

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