Victorian Values: Lecture Three
- Extra Reading
In his final lecture on nineteenth-century values, Richard Chartres looks at Archbishop Benson, who stood in great contrast to his predecessors. He was apathetic towards both sport and politics, uncomfortable speaking to laypeople and intolerant of those who did not share his concerns. What can his attitudes teach us about Victorian morality?
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This event was on Wed, 16 Dec 1987
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