Sanderson of Oundle

The leitmotif of all the later writings of H. G. Wells is education. When therefore Mr. Wells designates a man in measured terms as " the greatest man I have ever known with any degree of intimacy," one is not surprised to find him an educator. The man is Frederick William Sanderson, headmaster of Oundle School, Northamptonshire, England, who died last year at the age of 66 in the height of his powers. He is the hero of a biographical sketch by Wells now running serially in...

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