the child a study in the evolution of man

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1900. Illustrated. This volume, which is neither a treatise on embryology, nor an essay in anatomy or physiological psychology, is intended as a study of the child in the light of the literature of evolution, an attempt to record and, if possible, interpret some of the most interesting and important phenomena of human beginning in the individual and in the race. Contents: The Meaning of Helplessness of Infancy; The Meaning of Youth and Play; The Resemblances of the Young; The Periods of Childhood; The Language of Childhood; The Arts of Childhood; The Child as Revealer of the Past; The Child and the Savage; The Child and the Criminal; and The Child and Woman. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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