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T.B. Macaulay

T. B. Macaulay

Author of

History of England

If the picture of Thomas Babington Macaulay, above, reminds you of the upper-crust British society that Oscar Wilde parodied so well, you have to remember that Macaulay came two generations earlier. In a sense, he was the upper crust of British society, and not the parody version.

Macaulay's views of British society are scattered throughout the history he wrote, and will be summarized in a later version of this page.


Macaulay, Thomas Babington, 1st Baron Macaulay
A brief Encarta article about Macaulay

The Thomas Babington Macaulay Page
Included in the San Antonio (Texas) College Victorian Literature Index

James I and the Doctrine of The Divine Right of Kings
A quote from Macaulay's History, in the hypertext context of The Victorian Web

Influence of English Law in India
The First Indian Law Commission was headed by Lord Macaulay.

Macaulay's Minute on Indian Education
He was a main instigator in making English the language of instruction under British rule. (See his mention of Indian journalists in Chapter IV of his history.)

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