Assigning members of the club to single categories is often obviously quite arbitrary: Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) was both an author and a mathematician, Benjamin Disraeli a prime minister and a novelist, Du Maurier, an illustrator, political cartoonist, and novelist, John Ruskin an art and social critic and an artist, F. D. Maurice a novelist and religious figure, William Wilberforce an influential member of Parliament and author of one of the most famous religious books of the century.


Clergyman and Philosophers



Architects and Designers

Prime Ministers and Other Political Figures


Last modified 11 February 2013