Gerard Manley Hopkins, Collected Works Volume IV: Oxford Essays and Notes, ed. L. Higgins.

Gerard Manley Hopkins, Collected Works Volume IV: Oxford Essays and Notes, ed. L. Higgins. September 2009 NOTES AND QUERIES 467 claim that Dickens shared with Arnold government would be ‘education, education, ‘an unshakeable conviction that education education’. could transform the lives of the poor, and RICHARD CRONIN University of Glasgow create a richer and more generous nation’ than she admits that Dickens was deeply sus- doi:10.1093/notesj/gjp075 The Author (2009). Published by Oxford University Press. picious of public education. The most valuable All rights reserved. For Permissions, lessons that Scrooge learned as a boy, she please email: journals.permissions@oxfordjournals.org points out, came from ‘story-books, rather than textbooks’. Bitzer in Hard Times and Charlie Hexam in Our Mutual Friend are typi- GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS, Collected Works cal Dickensian products of the classroom. The Volume IV: Oxford Essays and Notes, ed. teaching that the novels value takes place L. Higgins. Pp. xxiv þ 368. Oxford and usually in the home, and the teacher is most New York: Oxford University Press, 2006, often a young woman like Biddy in Great £93.00 (ISBN 0–19–928545–4). Expectations. This only goes to show that Dinah Birch is A selection of Hopkins’s student essays was first and foremost a literary critic. This book first edited by Humphrey House and published will be widely http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Notes and Queries Oxford University Press

Gerard Manley Hopkins, Collected Works Volume IV: Oxford Essays and Notes, ed. L. Higgins.

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September 2009 NOTES AND QUERIES 467 claim that Dickens shared with Arnold government would be ‘education, education, ‘an unshakeable conviction that education education’. could transform the lives of the poor, and RICHARD CRONIN University of Glasgow create a richer and more generous nation’ than she admits that Dickens was deeply sus- doi:10.1093/notesj/gjp075 The Author (2009). Published by Oxford University Press. picious of public education. The most valuable All rights reserved. For Permissions, lessons that Scrooge learned as a boy, she please email: journals.permissions@oxfordjournals.org points out, came from ‘story-books, rather than textbooks’. Bitzer in Hard Times and Charlie Hexam in Our Mutual Friend are typi- GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS, Collected Works cal Dickensian products of the classroom. The Volume IV: Oxford Essays and Notes, ed. teaching that the novels value takes place L. Higgins. Pp. xxiv þ 368. Oxford and usually in the home, and the teacher is most New York: Oxford University Press, 2006, often a young woman like Biddy in Great £93.00 (ISBN 0–19–928545–4). Expectations. This only goes to show that Dinah Birch is A selection of Hopkins’s student essays was first and foremost a literary critic. This book first edited by Humphrey House and published will be widely

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