« НазадПродовжити »
The Riverside Literature Series
ESSAYS REPRINTED FROM
AND “ROUTINE AND IDEALS"
LE BARON RUSSELL BRIGGS
BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO
@be Riverside Press Cambridge
COPYRIGHT, 1901 AND 1904, BY LE BARON RUSSELL BRIGGS
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Che Riverside Press
CAMBRIDGE . MASSACHUSETTS
This volume contains two essays from School, College, and Character and two addresses from Routine and Ideals. It includes those parts of each book which the editor regards as suitable for college students in general, and excludes those parts which chiefly concern parents, elementary and secondary schools, or students in Harvard College. It is, therefore, a small collection of old writings newly combined for a special purpose.
If I were rewriting the essay on College Honor, I should give more space to the apathy of many students regarding their debts-whether their debts as individuals or the collective debts of their clubs. I might also give more space to the Honor System, about which my
feeling has not materially changed. I still feel that the system ministers to a mistaken sensitiveness, endangers the au