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St John’s College, in St. John's College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England more
From a Drawing by A. Brunet-Debaines.
External link to St. John’s College website.
St John’s College was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas White and named after St. John the Baptist (the patron saint of tailors).
It is easy to understand that men find it a weary task to read insight of the beauty of the groves of Magdalen and of St. John. When Kubla Khan ‘a stately pleasure-dome decreed’ he did not mean to settle students there, and to ask them for metaphysical essays, and for Greek and Latin prose compositions.” (p. 126)