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"This is a story of an adventure in education, pursued not under the best of conditions." (Chapter 1, p. 1).

"My life may not be great to others, but to me it has been one of steady progression, never dull, often exciting, often hungry, tired, and lonely, but always learning." (Chapter 1, p. 2).

"Do what they manhood bids thee do, from none but self expect applause; He noblest lives and noblest dies who makes and keeps his self-made laws." ~ Sir Richard Francis Burton (Chapter 2, p. 16).

"One was the so-called Liverpool Kiss, where you catch a man behind his neck and jerk his face down to meet your upcoming skull. Done property it can obliterate, for the time being, a man's features and make him less than anxious to pursue the argument. Education, you see, has many aspects." (Chapter 3, p. 23).

"Much is not dared because it seems hard; much seems hard only because...

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