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In the sixteenth century the pedagogues were more easygoing, for all that they
took care not to overstep certain bounds. We know this from books written for the
schoolboys, from which they learnt reading, writing, Latin vocabulary, and finally
The seventeenth-century moralists and pedagogues shared the dislike felt by
Montaigne and Coulanges for 'coddling'. Thus the austere Fleury, in his treatise
on studies, speaks very much like Montaigne: 'When little children are caught in a
We have also seen that like all the pedagogues of their time they disliked the
presence in their classes of grown men. On the other hand, they displayed a
marked preference for pupils whom we would nowadays consider too backward.
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