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Verdant Green,—will remember the statement, that the hero of the narrative 'had gained so much experience during his Freshman's term, that, when the pleasures of the Long Vacation were at an end, and he had returned to Brazenface with his firm and fast friend Charles Larkyns, he felt himself entitled to assume a patronising air to the Freshmen, who then entered, and even sought to impose upon their credulity in ways which his own personal experience suggested.' ...Verdant Green had of necessity ceased to be 'a Freshman' as soon as he had entered upon his second term of residence,—the name being given to students in their first term only,—yet this necessity, which, as we all know, non habet leges, will occasionally prove its rule by an exception; and if Mr. ...Larkyns, Fosbrooke, Smalls, and Bouncer, had been so far beneficial to him, that, in the figurative Eastern language of the last-named gentleman, he had not only been 'sharpened up no end by being well rubbed against University bricks,' but he had, moreover, 'become so considerably wide-awake, that he would very soon be able to take the shine out of the old original Weazel, whom the pages of History had recorded as never having been discovered in a state of somnolence.'
About Cuthbert Bede, the Author:
Edward Bradley (25 March 1827 – 12 December 1889) was an English novelist and clergyman. He was born in Kidderminster and educated at Durham University (from which he took his pen name).