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It is the celebrated place of innocence, of the first evils, of the first falls, of the first sufferings, of the first floods, and of the first civilisations within each human spirit. (1998: 11) Rosen, M. ) (1994) The Penguin Book of Childhood, London: Viking Penguin. It also spans most continents and many cultures with prose, drama, poetry and song extracts from young children and adults, rich and poor, happy and unhappy. Such a wide compass highlights the universality of much childhood experience, and the sense of co For those concerned about falling standards, here is Socrates (469–399 BC): ‘Children today love luxury too much.
But yet men are led away from threatening destruction: a hand is put into theirs, which leads them forth gently towards a calm and bright land, so that they look no more backward; and the hand may be a little child’s. (Chapter 14) Perhaps this is an appropriate link between the Victorian age and the twentieth century, for George Eliot appears to be saying that we are moving out of a narrowly specific religious period into a much more humanistic, but nevertheless supportive, time. And the agent of redemption is a child, not in former narrow threatening evangelistic terms, but in something altogether warmer and richer and welcoming.
1895) Sweetheart Travellers, quoted by G. Avery (1965). Cunningham, H. (1991) The Children of the Poor, Oxford: Blackwell. —— (1995) Children and Childhood in Western Society Since 1500, Harlow: Longman. Dainville, Père de (1940) La Naissance de l’Humanisme Moderne, quoted by N. Postman (1983). Darwin, C. (1877) ‘A Biographical Sketch of an Infant’, Mind, vol. 2, 285–94. Davin, A. (1996) Growing Up Poor: Home, School and Street in London, 1870–1914, London: Rivers Oram Press. Dayus, K. (1993) The People of Lavender Court, London: Virago.