?Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher

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Reading experience
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"April 1st. 1918. We came out of the line at night. Back to Arras. H.Q. in cellars in the Hotel de Ville, or Town Hall. Poor Arras! It is in a worse condition than ever before. All our new erections, Y.M.C.A., huts, transport lines, and canteens and officers club are no more. I salvaged a copy of Jones" ""Life of R. Browning"" from the wreckage of the Y.M.C.A. Library. Our quarters are damp, and they smell. There are also rats, and the place is dark. Some of the Tommies had had a good time. There has been a bit of looting of such wine cellars and estaminets as previous bombardments had left."

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Aged 22 [Experience in 1918, born in 1896]

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Notes
Mackay seems to be confused about the book he salvaged. It was either a critical work by Henry Jones with a different title, or one of several works entitled ""The Life Robert Browning"" which he misattributed to Jones.

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France
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?Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher

Reading experience
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Evidence

"April 1st. 1918. We came out of the line at night. Back to Arras. H.Q. in cellars in the Hotel de Ville, or Town Hall. Poor Arras! It is in a worse condition than ever before. All our new erections, Y.M.C.A., huts, transport lines, and canteens and officers club are no more. I salvaged a copy of Jones" ""Life of R. Browning"" from the wreckage of the Y.M.C.A. Library. Our quarters are damp, and they smell. There are also rats, and the place is dark. Some of the Tommies had had a good time. There has been a bit of looting of such wine cellars and estaminets as previous bombardments had left."

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TST4
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Notes
Mackay seems to be confused about the book he salvaged. It was either a critical work by Henry Jones with a different title, or one of several works entitled ""The Life Robert Browning"" which he misattributed to Jones.

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:


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Accessed on 2019/10/21 12:40:25

Related place
France
Related person
Related place
France
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