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In the sixteenth century; when it was proposed to translate this terminology into
French, it was found that the French language, and consequently French usage,
had not as many words at its disposal as had Latin or at least learned Latin.
All the same, in its attempts to talk about little children, the French language of the
seventeenth century was hampered by the lack of words to distinguish them from
bigger ones. The same was true of English, where the word 'baby' was also ...
First of all there is the influence of the Latin school, at its most elementary level:
before Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, nobody thought of teaching children to read
French straight away. According to the 1654-85 instructions, the child learnt to
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THE AGES OF LIFE
H THE DISCOVERY OF CHILDHOOD
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