The Unfinished Garden
For an earlier extended comparison of English and French education in the first half of the nineteenth century, see Vaughan and Archer. In the French prints of the eighteenth century may be read the history of old France, and especially of the careless days when the noblesse, heedless of the coming storm, revelled in a life the chief aim of which would seem to have been careless, if cultivated, pleasure.
In addition, most parents and teens understand the significance of and discuss the dangers of sexual predators.
With these and other examples, Fried hopes to illustrate practical ways that passionate teaching can take shape in real classrooms. July A Marquess, a Miss and a Mystery.