Educational Aims of Their Application in the Teaching of English Literature
The writer cannot hope that she has succeeded in saying "Much in Little" in the present thesis but trusts that she has not completely inverted the signification of this quotation. In conclusion, there is little more to be said save to sum up our discourse. We have attempted to set forth the true purpose and aim of Christian Education. We have insisted on the proper and harmonious development of the whole man, body and soul, mind and will, – especially the will. we have shown that the Catholic ideal has nothing to fear from an increase of knowledge; rather, it has everything to gain by it.
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Dolan, Sister St. Ambrose of Milan Marie Seraphine, "Educational Aims of Their Application in the Teaching of English Literature" (1933). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29282646.