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Literature essay on the poem ‘Childhood’ by Frances Cornford.
Here several difficult problems present themselves. Theirgeneral nature is obvious enough, and I do not want to discussthem. I am merely pointing to the fact that, in England, popularimaginative literature is a field that left-wing thought has neverbegun to enter. ALL fiction from the novels in the mushroomlibraries downwards is censored in the interests of the rulingclass. And boys' fiction above all, the blood-and-thunder stuffwhich nearly every boy devours at some time or other, is sodden inthe worst illusions of 1910. The fact is only unimportant if onebelieves that what is read in childhood leaves no impressionbehind. Lord Camrose and his colleagues evidently believe nothingof the kind, and, after all, Lord Camrose ought to know.
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