The Author of Sandford and Merton: A Life of Thomas Day, Esq, Volume 62
Columbia University Press, 1932 - 361 pages
Provides an in-depth look at the life of Thomas Day from childhood and education through writing accomplishments and the unexpected success of Sanford and Merton.
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Boyhood and Education
Travels with Edgeworth
The Adventure in Female Education
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