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The Child And Childhood In Folk Thought
by Alexander Francis Chamberlain
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1896. The Child in Primitive Culture. Contents: Child-Study; The Child's Tribute to the Mother; The Child's Tribute to the Father; The Name Child; The Child in the Primitive Laboratory; The Bright Side of Child-Life: Parental Affection; Childhood the Golden Age; Children's Food; Children's Souls; Children's Flowers, Plants, and Trees; Children's Animals, Birds, etc.; Child-Life and Education in General; The Child as Member and Builder of Society; The Child as Linguist; The Child as Actor and Inventor; The Child as Poet and Musician; The Child as Teacher and Wiseacre; The Child as Judge; The Child as Oracle-Keeper and Oracle-Interpreter; The Child as Weather-Maker; The Child as Healer and Physician; The Child as Shaman and Priest; The Child as Hero, Adventurer, etc.; The Child as Fetich and Divinity; The Child as God: The Christ-Child; Proverbs, Sayings, etc., about Parents, Father and Mother; Proverbs, Sayings, etc., about the Child, Mankind, Genius; Proverbs, Sayings, etc., about Mother and Child; Proverbs, Sayings, etc., about Father and Child; Proverbs, Sayings, etc., about Childhood, Youth, and Age; and Proverbs, Sayings, etc., about the Child and Childhood.
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