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British Biscuits and Eton Collars

This year, English novelist and poet Tobias Hill became a writer-in-residence at the famed boys’ school Eton College. The Guardian features several installments from Mr. Hill’s diaries that give a whiff of the atmosphere of the illustrious English boarding school. The first diary entry provides a glimpse at Mr. Hill’s nervousness at teaching at Eton. The second provides some insight on how Mr. Hill is going about teaching boys to appreciate poetry.

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