A. C. Harwood

A. Cecil Harwood (1898-1975) was born in London and studied at Oxford, a contemporary of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and Owen Barfield, who was a life-long friend. He was one of the founders of the first Steiner-Waldorf school in England following a meeting with Rudolf Steiner (which became Michael Hall School in Sussex). He lectured widely on Waldorf education; The Recovery of Man in Childhood is one of the definitive works on Waldorf education.

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The Recovery of Man in Childhood

A. C. Harwood

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