A Jerseyman at Oxford

@article{Norwood1941AJA,
  title={A Jerseyman at Oxford},
  author={C. Norwood},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1941},
  volume={148},
  pages={266-267}
}
TO–DAY it is increasingly the custom among men and women, if they count themselves to have done or seen something, to write their autobiographies, and honesty compels the critic to own that they are seldom successful. But this book is an outstanding exception. Here is a man who has “warmed both hands beside the fire of life”, and in his seventy–fifth year that fire has not yet shrunk. He writes with zest and gusto currente calamo out of the fullness of a mind produced not only by reading and… Expand