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He can no more help playing than a. child can. And there is this further to be
noted. The child cannot help but play; but how he plays is not under his
conscious control, a fact made use of by psychiatrists in the psychological
analysis of children.
Before 1580 thing existed in the form of a play in English from which anyone uld
possibly have prophesied the ... and the liversity Wits are simply not explicable in
terms of mediaeval mysy plays and miracle plays or the Senecan tragedies of ...
It is Fanny alone who stands out against the plans to stage a play at Mansfield
Park while Sir Thomas is away in the West Indies. She has no power to prevent
their being put into effect, but her right principles on this subject are themselves ...
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The Eighteenth Century
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