Lessons of the Masters by George Steiner

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Lessons of the Masters

'“[Steiner] brings his formidable charisma, his unrivalled range of reference and powers of rhetoric to bear on the peaks (as well as some troughs) of pedagogy, in history and literature . . . Like his hero Socrates, Steiner professes to have few answers, but his questions sweep you along.” —Financial Times “Sets forth the disturbing complexity of the relationship between teacher and pupil, master and disciple.” —The Times“Steiner provides what must be his most dazzling spectacle of poly-scholarship.” —The Times Higher Education “This is a book which every person interested in culture should read.” —The Irish Times“George Steiner’s reflections on the electric relationship between teacher and student takes the reader on a high-speed rollercoaster ride to visit the greatest figures of Western civilization.” —The Bloomsbury Review'
'“[Steiner] brings his formidable charisma, his unrivalled range of reference and powers of rhetoric to bear on the peaks (as well as some troughs) of pedagogy, in history and literature . . . Like his hero Socrates, Steiner professes to have few answers, but his questions sweep you along.” —Financial Times “Sets forth the disturbing complexity of the relationship between teacher and pupil, master and disciple.” —The Times“Steiner provides what must be his most dazzling spectacle of poly-scholarship.” —The Times Higher Education “This is a book which every person interested in culture should read.” —The Irish Times“George Steiner’s reflections on the electric relationship between teacher and student takes the reader on a high-speed rollercoaster ride to visit the greatest figures of Western civilization.” —The Bloomsbury Review'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480411876 Pages: 208