His aversion to mathematics prevented him from gaining aquot;honors, aquot; but he won prizes for Latin declamation and for English verse. It was not so much ... Thus Macaulay not only gained valuable training in debate, but also learned how to use history as propaganda for current political policies. ... For nearly twenty years he continued to contribute essays, critical, historical, and political to the Edinburgh.
|Title||:||English Prose of the Nineteenth Century|
|Publisher||:||Ardent Media -|