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Studies in French Education

from

Rabelais to Rousseau

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS WAREHOUSE,

C. F. CLAY, MANAGER.
London: FETTER LANE, E.C.
Edinburgh: 100, PRINCES STREET.

Leipzig: F. A. BROCKHAUS.
Berlin: A. ASHER AND CO.

New York: G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS.
Bombay and Calcutta: MACMILLAN AND CO.,

Ltd.

[All Rights reserved]

from

Rabelais to Rousseau

by

GERALDINE HODGSON, B.A.

SOMETIME COBDEN SCHOLAR OF NEWNHAM COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

LECTURER ON THE HISTORY AND THEORY OF EDUCATION AT

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, BRISTOL

CAMBRIDGE :
at the University Press

1908

Wrireet

Cambridge: PRINTED BY JOHN CLAY, M.A.

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

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PREFACE

TH

HIS book has been written in response to a sugges

tion from Dr S. S. F. Fletcher of Cambridge, whose kindness and whose subsequent interest in it I desire to acknowledge.

No book dealing exclusively with French Education seemed to exist in English; yet the History of Education is singularly incomplete if the contribution of the great French Educators be omitted.

The Chapter on Rabelais is short, because the subject is elaborated, and accompanied by Translations from Gargantua and Pantagruel in my Teacher's Rabelais.

GERALDINE HODGSON.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE,

BRISTOL.

August, 1908.

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