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      Education
      Through the
      Imagination
      by
      Margaret McMillan

      Education Through the Imagination

      by Margaret McMillan

      Excerpt


      Popular opinion does not incline to regard imagina tion as a very important faculty for all. The imaginative person is usually regarded as a visionary. Poets, painters, romancers, children — these are supposed to represent the imaginatives. People enjoy their works more or less and indulge them in their fancies as children. But they are apt to regard imagination as a kind Of weak ness in practical men.

      Book Details


      PIBN10073959
      ISBN978-1-330-59779-8
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-266-28798-8
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryPsychology
      Pages208
      Words60585
      Vocabulary2915

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