Education and loneliness in British Literature
- Education can be the cause of a kind of terrible loneliness
- Loneliness and alienation can arise out of being rejected by society or a part of it
Education is as a general rule considered as a chance to the extent that it is often symbolized as a treasure. People are still struggling get their children educated in the developing countries. Tony Harrisson points out in "Two Book End? (The School of Eloquence) that education can be the cause of terrible loneliness. The feeling of loneliness is differently but is also very well expressed in "Childhood?, by Richard Aldington.