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|As our eyes grow accustomed to sight they armour themselves against wonder. |
LEONARD COHEN (b. 1934). Canadian singer, poel, novelist. The Favourite
Game, bk. 1. ch. 17 (1963). 7 Childhood is a disease— a sickness that you grow
|She was like a child possessed. ... Pam knew she was in no condition to drive. ... |
Woodland View Drive. but their world would never be the same. british
authorWilliam Golding wrote that childhood is a disease; a sickness that you
grow out of.
|up as soon as you can. It pays. The only time you really live fully is from thirty to |
sixty. . . . The young are slaves to dreams; the old servants of regrets. William
Hervey Allen, 1889–1949 215 Childhood is a disease—a sickness that you grow
|—franz kafka Childhood is a disease—a sickness that you grow out of. —william |
golding, London Guardian I loved the cartoons as a kid, but I also discovered
another love that's a prominent interest as an adult: of documentaries. Some of
|4 The writer probably knows what he meant when he wrote a book, but he should |
immediately forget what he meant when he's written it. Novelists in Interview (ed.
John Haffenden, 1985) 5 Childhood is a disease – a sickness that you grow out ...
|64 The early stirrings of rebellion, sadism, daring and aggression are rooted in |
the tyranny the child is subjected to by the ... in the sixteenth or seventeenth
century sense that childhood is a disease you know; its a sickness that you grow
|Golding, William Sleep is when all the unsorted stuff comes flying out as from a |
dustbin upset in a high wind. - Golding, William Consider a ... Golding, William
Childhood is a disease -- a sickness that you grow out of. - Golding, William It
was at ...
|So what, you might be asking, does any of this have to do with raising a child? ... |
Approximately one out of every six U.S. children has a developmental disability,
including speech and language disorders, learning disabilities, and attention ...
|Jane W. Peterson and Yvonne M. Sterling Asthma is the most common chronic |
illness in childhood, affecting approximately 5 million children under 18 years in
the United States (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2000;
National ... to the questions: Will [the child's] condition have a short or long course
and what do you fear most about your child's condition (Kleinman, 1980)?
Embedded in many answers was the notion that the child would "grow out of"