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Cases of this type were to become rare in the seventeenth century, not only
because precocity would strike public opinion as an anomaly, but also because
the higher branches of study would disappear in favour of the college's classes,
There is a phrase of Baillet's which conveys very well the idea people had of
precocity at school in 1688 : he refers to children who 'by twelve or thirteen had
done with the ordinary college course by means of extraordinary activity'.
Among those who never went to a college, or who spent only one or two years
there, the old habits of precocity remained as in the Middle Ages. The concept of
a very short childhood held good. In the seventeenth century, schooling did not ...
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