Thursday, November 28, 2019
From Things Past Redress, by Augustine Birrell
"Being a ruddy, healthy child, a young Bacchus among the Baptists, and coming at the fag-end of a large family when all theories of education and of tremendous parental responsibility were either exploded or forgotten, I had an easy, perhaps too easy time."
From Chapter Two, Boyhood
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Labels: Augustine Birrell, autobiography, Childhood, Daily Dose, essayists, Quotations, used books
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