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She was particularly vigilant for her absent son. To curb his enthusiasm for study and travel, she offered sobering reminders of his 34 An Historian’s Life duties as a husband and father. 111 ‘I hope you have something definite in view for the future before this reaches you’. Harriet wrote, ignoring or unaware of her son’s desire to avoid school-teaching. 113 The lack of confidence in their son’s research and academic prospects was logical. Crawford’s family continued to struggle in his absence.

Stone. 64 He worked with Bell on a modern history syllabus, read English 26 An Historian’s Life constitutional and political history, political theory and the American Revolution. Such intense productivity led A. D. 65 Instrumental in Crawford’s unrelenting drive was his desire to remain at Balliol for an additional year. It was Kenneth Bell, ‘vague, kind and inviting’,66 who became the new figure for Crawford’s pedestal. 67 He felt that Crawford could do more if he remained at Oxford for another year.

Feelings of intimidation, inadequacy and alienation emerged. 35 His unwelcome exposure to polite society encouraged him to consider the differences between its shallowness and real values. He reported that ‘breeding was more than the ability to read a French menu’; it required ‘honesty and straightforwardness and consideration for others’. This distinction made him appreciate the ‘real kindness of home and Herbert Street and Glenbrook’. Anticipating the Origins and Influences 21 seduction of affluence, Crawford hoped that he would retain this pride in his origins during his time away.

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