- Author:Thomas William Heyck
- Publisher:Lyceum Books (April 1, 1989)
- Pages:262 pages
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The book tells the story of transformation of intellectual life in England in the Victorian era, as technological . group of 'intellectuals' unconcerned with daily life and from the general public
The book tells the story of transformation of intellectual life in England in the Victorian era, as technological progress, social change and expansion of literacy, as well as the new prestige of natural science and the reform of the universities, transformed what was a small group of men of letters well This is a book I took forever to read, not because. group of 'intellectuals' unconcerned with daily life and from the general public. An out of print and rare to find book indeed, but it's subject and analysis seems exceptionally relevant to the issues of today, as we are debating the roles of 'experts', knowledge and of universities all over again.
by Thomas William Heyck. Published 1982 by Croom Helm in London. Bibliography: p. 240-254. Croom Helm studies in society and history. Published 1989 by Lyceum Books in Chicago, IL. Written in English.
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The terrain of British intellectual life in the twentieth century was dominated by two major features: freelance writers and university scholars
The terrain of British intellectual life in the twentieth century was dominated by two major features: freelance writers and university scholars. 2) But as John Gross has contended, freelance writers, despite a rich heritage from the nineteenth century, seemed, especially in their own eyes, to form an old and decaying mountain range. From 1880 to 1980 freelance writers experienced a pervasive and intensifying sense of crisis in their trade and in their cultural role.