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Friendship's Garland


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A collection of essays in letter form by M. Arnold, published 1871.

The principal imaginary correspondent is a Prussian, Arminius, Baron von Thunder‐ten‐Tronckh, and through him Arnold expresses his mockery of the English Philistine, of narrow Liberal reform, of the Daily Telegraph and its naïve patriotism, and of English foreign and educational policy.

Subjects: Literature.


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Matthew Arnold (1822—1888) poet, writer, and inspector of schools


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