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He did not pursue science and math along with Aspirations 9 the sons of the mercantile class, nor did he study Latin and Greek as did the privileged youth in the elite schools of England. He followed neither the ‘‘modern’’ curriculum suitable for success in capitalist society, nor the ‘‘classical’’ curriculum for gentlemen and the aristocracy. The best he could expect from his nondescript historical curriculum might be a life consigned to teaching school. As Herbert well knew, the immediate object of his studies was not to learn history but simply to pass the examinations that lay ahead.
To reach his new school in Keighley, Herbert traveled northward ﬁve miles early each morning on the steam railway through the Worth Valley. At midday when the other boys went home for dinner, he went to the newsagent’s and tobacconist’s shop which Amos Dewhirst now operated in Keighley not far from the school, and in a room in the back of the shop ate his dinner with the Dewhirst family. After the meal, when the other boys played sports, Herbert, who disliked sports, usually read. He would take the train home again late in the afternoon.
His father pressed him hard, and Herbert quietly assumed the vicarious role of satisfying his father’s unfulﬁled aspirations. Education and scholarships would become the means of his advancement. He had to come out on top in the advanced level examinations, and he set to work with extraordinary single-mindedness. It would appear that his only noncurricular activity at school consisted of serving as student assistant prefect during his last year, a sign that his reputation with the headmaster must be rising.