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The Holocaust and the Historians
The Holocaust and the Historians Lucy S. Dawidowicz 0674405676 9780674405677 Humphrey Moore was, for generations of schoolboys at Dauntseys, Shrewsbury and Clayesmore, the archtype of the public schoolmaster. He devoted his life t
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The Holocaust and the Historians by Lucy S. Dawidowicz

Humphrey Moore was, for generations of schoolboys at Dauntseys, Shrewsbury and Clayesmore, the archtype of the public schoolmaster. He devoted his life to his pupils and taught them all he knew. Although a homosexual who idealized many of those he taught, moore was a man of the utmost integrity, a teacher from the vanished golden age of the English public school who taught his boys as equals and friends.To a wider world he was a biologist who made a significant contribution to his subject. More important, he was a distinguished poet, admired by Auden and Spender, who wrote somewhat in the vein of Rupert Brooke.John Bridgen, one of Moores pupils, has also in his introductory memoir, brought Moore to life, showing how his contributions as schoolteacher, biologist and poet grew out of his life and beliefs.

Author: Lucy S. Dawidowicz

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 200

Publisher: Harvard University Press

Publication Date: 1983-08-15

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