The 'Making of Men': The Idea and Reality of Newman's University in Oxford and Dublin
by Paul Shrimpton
(631 pages, $36.00, paperback)
reviewed by James A. AltenaIn standard biographies of John Henry Newman, the four years from 1854 to 1858 he spent as first rector of the newly founded Catholic University of Ireland (CUI) in Dublin are generally glossed over and treated as a failed attempt to put into practice the ideals he articulated in his famous and influential 1852 lecture series, The Idea of a University: Defined and Illustrated. Paul Shri . . .
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