The character of England.

Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1947.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
LIB stacks
DA110 .B36 Available Request
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
DA110 .B251 Off-site
UNIV General stacks
942 B25c Available Request
Off-Campus Shelving
DA110 .B36
Founders Library stacks
DA110 B36 Available Request
Subjects Civilization.
Great Britain -- Civilization.
Great Britain.
National characteristics, English.
Description xii, 595 pages illustrations, portraits, facsimiles 25 cm
Notes Collections of articles describing "what is characteristically English in each field, and the characteristic English contribution in that field."
Contents Land and people / by Jacquetta and Christopher Hawkes -- The individual and the community / by the Rt. Hon. Richard Law -- Religion / by the Rt. Rev. A.T.P. Williams -- Government / by G.M. Young -- Law / by Lord Simonds -- The organization of industry / by Sir Henry Clay -- The human side of industry / by Sir George T. Reid -- Commerce and finance / by Sir George Schuster -- Childhood and education / by Lady Violet Bonham -- Universities and scholarship / by Sir Maurice Powicke -- Science / by Sir William Cecil Dampier -- The English language / by C.T. Onions -- Literature / by James Sutherland -- Thought / by Basil Willey -- Humour / by H.W. Garrod -- The press / by R.C.K. Ensor -- The visual arts / by A.E. Richardson -- The making of books / by Sir Francis Meynell -- Music / by J.A. Westrup -- Outdoor life / by V. Sackville-West -- Town life / by Lord Kennet -- Recreation and games / by I.J. Pitman -- Homes and habits / by James Laver -- The Englishman abroad / by Rebecca West -- England and the sea / by J.A. Williamson -- The English at war / by E.L. Woodward -- An attempt at perspective / by Sir Ernest Barker.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm02988772
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


Export citation to: RefWorks