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And The shop from which the appa- stated on the lids to be in Berners Street, to this day, unless I pull Oxford think of together, I Street, myself Berners Street as a sort of Aladdin's Palace. At the kindergarten class I got to know other children, most of whom I have lost sight But I met one of. of them, Jimmie Baillie, in couver as I stepped out of the train. I realize now 1929 at Van- that the good lady who taught us had had an orthodox Froebel training, and was at that time amazingly up-to-clate.
As soon as I realized that speaking I was my determined to achieve something of intellectual importance if it should be at all possible, and throughout I let whatever stand in the way of this ambimy youth nothing intelligent, I tion. would be completely misleading to suggest that my childhood was all solemnity and seriousness. I got just as much fun It out of life as I could, mischievous kind. some of it I am afraid of a somewhat The family doctor, an old Scotchman with mutton-chop whiskers, used to come in his brougham which waited at the front door while the man of healing spoke his His coachman had an piece.
My brother was seven years older than I was, and therefore not much of a companion to me. Except in holiday time he was at school. I admired him in the way natural to a away younger and was always delighted when he returned at the beof the holidays, but after a few ginning days I began to wish the brother, holidays were over. He teased me, and bullied me mildly. " With great dignity I refused to take any notice, considering that this was not that he had had a my bunch He name. afterwards informed me which he would have given never in any circumstances allowed this deprivation was rather serious.