OXBRIDGE MEN: British Masculinity and the Undergraduate Experience, 1850-1920
Explores the everyday life of undergraduates at Oxford and Cambridge to examine how they experienced manhood. Deslandes considers phenomena such as the dynamics of the junior common room, the competition of exams, and the social and athletic obligations of intercollegiate boat races. Drawings.
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