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Tom Brown's Schooldays, a novel by Thomas Hughes, was published in 1857. The story focuses on a young student's trials and tribulations as a public school student in England.

Rattigan's play, The Deep Blue Sea, was first performed in 1963. It is a thriller, concerning a love triangle similar to one found in The Browning Version.

Cecily, a novel by Isabelle Holland, was written in 1967. The story focuses on a proud young teacher at a British girls' school whose lack of compassion towards a misfit student brings disaster to her own romance.

Written in the fifth or sixth century B.C., Agamemnon, is a play written by Aeschylus. It concerns a cheating wife, her lover, and her suffering husband.

Vintage Stuff, a novel by Tom Sharpe, was published in 1982. It follows the adventure of some public school boys and their teachers on vacation in France.

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