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Title: On Being a Schoolmaster (for Donald Wright, who gave me my chance)
Authors: Jones, Willie
ジョーンズ, W.
Issue Date: 31-Oct-1998
Publisher: 北海学園大学人文学会
Abstract: During the 16th Century, the English language grew at an astonishing rate. It is not surprising, therefore, that the age was also notable for a special interest in schooling, and that many works on the subject were published: growth and interest will have fed each other and led each other on. After an anecdotal introduction and review of the writer's own pedagogic principles, the essay glances at two Italian works of instruction, one of them a set of paintings that feature images of good and bad government, the other the most famous courtesy book of its age. The essay's main purpose, however, is to look at three works of 16th Century pedagogy written in English, with the intention of celebrating them as texts which still have much to teach those of us who live in a dehumanized age devoted to the making of money and to the lowering of standards, linguistic no less than ethical: and which of those goes before the other might also be hard to say.
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