Robert Oakeshott

Homage to A. B. Roger

Woodruff, you have not come to Oxford to take examinations, you have come to learn. The whole purpose of Oxford is learning.

Buoyed up by the instant success of the first volume of his autobiography, William Woodruff and his English publishers have understandably decided to cash in on the Nab End brand in this, the second.

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