The object of children's literary studies is not to give them precise information as to who wrote what in the reign of whom?––but to give them a sense of the spaciousness of the days, not only of great Elizabeth, but of all those times of which poets, historians and the makers of tales, have left us living pictures.
Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6
** my heart leaped today when I saw the Bleeding Heart I planted last year in blossom
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