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The older usage had preferred 'young child' (jeune enfant), and this expression
had not been completely abandoned. La Fontaine used it, and again in 1714, in
a translation of Erasmus, there was a reference to a 'young girl' who was not yet ...
T. Walton, 1931) addressing themselves to both the young and the old who made
up their public : 'Good pupils with open minds, whether you be old or young,
mature or green . . .' 'And this school, with a great multitude of pupils, was reading
The school was Harcourt College, where he was regarded as something of a
phenomenon, for he had few schoolmates as young as he was, and it was more
usual to be accompanied by a tutor, a sort of big schoolfellow, than by a
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The Discovery of Childhood
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