Victorian Values: Lecture Two
- Extra Reading
The subject of Richard Chartres' second lecture on Victorian morality is Archibald Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury between 1868 and 1882. Tait was a champion of tolerance and demonstrated great faith and optimism towards the times he lived in. Was his profound sense of accountability, of a life played out against a larger canvas, emblematic of a distinctly Victorian set of values?
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This event was on Wed, 09 Dec 1987
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