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Thomas Platter, who had waited until he was nineteen before learning to read,
was now conquered by humanism and displayed a monstrous appetite for
erudition. In two or three years he learned Latin, and Greek and Hebrew as well.
On this subject we have an extremely full and detailed document of the early
sixteenth century, which I have already quoted with regard to pupils' ages: the
biography of the Swiss, Thomas Platter.15 It may be objected that it deals with
The little band of students, greenhorns and old hands, to which Thomas Platter
belonged, and which led a vagabond life from one town to the next, lived either
by thieving and scrounging on the roads and in the country, or by the begging of
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THE AGES OF LIFE
THE DISCOVERY OF CHILDHOOD
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