By John M. F. Wright
John Martin Frederick Wright deals a full of life account of Cambridge college in Alma Mater; Or, Seven Years on the collage of Cambridge. released anonymously in 1827, Wright's two-volume paintings captures the triumphs and tribulations of undergraduate existence at Cambridge, established upon his personal years as an aspiring mathematician at Trinity university. This moment quantity covers Wright's final undergraduate years and reports as a personal instruct, including copies of examinations and lists of scholarships on hand in any respect the universities. Wright devoted his profession as a author and personal coach to supporting scholars be triumphant at collage, and Alma Mater is designed to supply mom and dad and aspiring scholars perception into the arrangements, highbrow in addition to monetary, precious for fulfillment. A lively defence of Cambridge traditions within the face of broader academic reforms, Alma Mater additionally brings to existence a interval of severe highbrow task in British arithmetic.
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King was a man of strong intellect naturally, and had, moreover, highly cultivated it—but he possessed not the ready invention, the scrutinizing penetration of Bird. Although the former was a tolerable adept at Problems, yet the latter at such exercises would far outstrip him. They were both men of high talents, although so diflPerent in degree and quality, that I could not easily say who was the superior. The Annual June Examination now again taking place, relieved those of the Third Year, for a space, from the severity of study; having numerous friends amongst the examinees, and being, moreover, on the alert for examination papers.
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