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tion. As an attempt to deal with a very difficult subject it is praiseworthy, even though one may not agree with all its details or suggestions. The author describes childhood as the age of mythology, puberty as the age of chivalry, and adolescence as the age of civic awakening, and outlines the method of instruction supposedly best suited for each. It may be questioned, however, for instance, whether for children the suggested story of the magic room and the teeny, tiny egg, as an explanationdoi:10.1056/nejm191305221682111 fatcat:p65wkwmfbzgdpoovdo5yoh4ola