An Oxford University Chest
An Oxford University Chest is a book about the University of Oxford, written by the poet Sir John Betjeman and first published by John Miles in London in 1938. The full title is An Oxford University Chest. Comprising a Description of the Present State of the Town and University of Oxford with an itinerary arranged alphabetically.
The title is a pun on the University Chest, the financial treasury of the university. The book provides glimpses into the life and characteristics of the university.
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