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1923. The book begins: At eight months of age his only experience of life had been one of well-being. He was fed when hungry; he slept when sleepy; he worked when he had slept enough. When bored or annoyed or uneasy he could cry. If crying brought him attentions it was that much to the good; if the effort was thrown away it did no one any harm. Even when least fertile of results it was a change from the crowing and gurgling which were all he had to distract him when left to his own company. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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