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As soon as the boy has learned to read and [p. 63] write without difficulty, it is the turn for the teacher1 of literature. My words apply equally to Greek and Latin masters, though I prefer that a start should be made with a Greek:

1 grammaticus is the teacher of literature and languages; at times it is necessary to restrict its meaning to “grammar.”

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