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"Or Middle-Class Education And The State To Which Is Added "Schools And Universities In France" Being Part Of A Volume on 'Schools And Universities On The Continent' Published in 1868" The fuller explanation on the verso of th e title-pageruns thus -- "The first part of the present volume consists of a reprint of 'A French Eton' originally publis hed in 1864.This is followed by that portion of the book on 'Schools and Universities on the Continent' (1 868)which deals with Secondary Education in France. A 'Preface', which Mr. Arnold wrote in 1874 when the German portion of the latter book was published separately, but which was afterwards omitted, has also been reprinted." This is the personal copy of Howard Clive Barnard, author of the celebrated 'French Tradition in Education' (Cambridge 1922). It bears his bookplate on the front pastedown and his dated signature (Oct. 3rd. 1913) on the verso of the first free endpaper. Dark blue HARDBACK with gilt titling in "Good plus" to "Very Good" condition, with some slight bumping of corners & head/tailof spine and slight foxing of endpapers. Else very crisp/clean. 416 pages. Published by Macmillan And Co., London and New York, 1892. Fullest details of contents & pagination, and condition & size, in both inches & centimetres, and sample text are all shown in the ACCOMPANYING COMPOSITE IMAGE. **** Interesting Association Copy *****

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