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Birch-rod days

and other poems

by Jones, William C.

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Published by John F. Cuneo Co. in Chicago .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Wm. C. Jones
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3519.O56 B5 1909
The Physical Object
Pagination5 p. l., [17]-298 p.
Number of Pages298
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24189984M
LC Control Number10004257


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Whipping children pinto shape; Crime Files delves into the archives of the. The Convent School/Chapter 1. but hints were so often thrown out about the necessity of procuring a good birch rod for the naughty bottom of Lucille, that I was gradually awakened to the discovery of some most mysterious kind of understanding which must subsist between them.

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Meanwhile, two boys feed the fire with what appears to be the master’s birch rod and disciplinary paddle.

The whole scene is one of blissful abandon and festive misrule, not inappropriate considering that another engraving in the book, titled “Twelfth Night,” depicts the festivity of a group of carousing adults, some apparently in their cups.

After a first flogging at age 12 or 13, a boy might be confined to bed for a few days to recover from shock, and for the weals and lacerations on his bottom to begin to heal. By the age of 16 or 17, having notched up maybe floggings, he would be completely habituated and hardened to .