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Eton Voices: Interviews by Danny Danziger
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Eton Voices: Interviews

by Danny Danziger

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Interesting collection of accounts of the time spent at Eton by a very wide range of ex-pupils. Edited mostly sympathetically, but includes a number of dissenters. The accounts certainly sum up the unique nature of Eton, and many are surprisingly reflective of failings. Most of the times described are in the thirties or post-war, so this is not Eton as it is now. ( )
  ponsonby | Jan 22, 2010 |
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