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Página 113 - That Orpheus' self may heave his head From golden slumber on a bed Of heaped Elysian flowers, and hear Such strains as would have won the ear Of Pluto to have quite set free His half-regained Eurydice.
Página 114 - What was that snaky-headed Gorgon shield That wise Minerva wore, unconquered virgin.
Página 174 - If education is to be made not merely a period of schooling, not even a preparatory course for the duties of life, but part of life itself, it is evident to even a cursory observer that the profession of the teacher is shortly to be regarded quite as seriously as that of the physician or lawyer.
Página 3 - Test of the candidate's power of oral expression by reading aloud and by conversing.
Página 174 - either we must revise our ideas of what is to be exacted from the public schools, or we must reorganize the schools upon a very different and much broader and more expensive
Página 93 - 'Major premise: All men are mortal. Minor premise: John is a man. Conclusion:
Página 175 - There must be many more classes and instructors who are specialists in the subjects with which they deal. Education must be made so fascinating that compulsory school laws