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Title Four Years in an English University: With a chapter on the Indian Civil Service Examination by A. C. Dutt
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1897
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Madras
Library British Library
Reference 8366.aaa.25
Region Europe, South Asia
Names Samuel Satthianadhan, A. C. Dutt, Cardinal Newman (p19), Sir George Stokes (p112), Cornelia Sorabji (appendix B xi)
Places England, Cambridge, Oxford (p11), London (p21), India
Topics Indian literature, memoir, travel writing, subject, academic, colonial civil service, Indian Civil Service (p121), contents, education, examinations (pp35, 49, 121), University education in England and India (pp20, 38, 79), Cambridge University, Oxford University, cost of education (p99), religion (pp33-34, 107), Christianity (pp33, 34, 117), class (p1), Cambridge colleges (p5), Oxford colleges (p11), advantages of education at Oxford and Cambridge (p19), language (pp28, 50, 75), marriage of Dons (p29), servants (p30), leisure, sport (pp35, 90), boat race (pp36, 90), cricket (pp37, 45), football (p94), Hindu students (p39), friendships (p43), racism (p44), caste (p48), comparison of intellect between English and Indians (p74), Oxford Union (p97), National Indian Association (pp105, appendix C xv), Hinduism (p107), Indian female university education (appendix B xi)
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