The Tucumanese Schoolmaster
Phrenology, Education, Mathematics
Describes a village teacher with his pupils: 'He was reading a lecture on the heads of the scholars—a phrenological dissertation, if one might judge from its effects, with a wand long enough to bump the caput of the most remote offender' (172).
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