Additional Resources for Tom Brown's Schooldays by Thomas Hughes

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Cordery, Gareth. "Tom Brown's Schooldays and Foreskin's Lament The Alpha and Omega of Rugby Football."

Journal of Popular Culture 19 (Fall 1985): 97-104. A critical study of how the ethos of sports as presented in Tom Brown's Schooldays has permeated New Zealand society as depicted in Foreskin's Lament, a play.

Gathorn-Hardy, Jonathan. The Old School Tie. New York: Viking Press, 1977. This comprehensive history of British public schools traces their evolution from the Middle Ages. Of special interest is chapter 4.

Mack, Ernest C., and W. H. G. Armytage.

Thomas Hughes: The Life of the Author of "Tom Brown's Schooldays." London: Ernest Brown, 1952. A full overview of the life of Hughes. Chapter 6 deals with the writing and publication of the novel.

McLachlan, James. American Boarding Schools. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1970. In this historical study of the emergence of American boarding schools in the nineteenth century, McLachlan shows the...

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