chapter  VI
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WHEN a son of the soiI who "wears the rase of youth " has cut Iris wisdom teeth, and is become conscious of himself: when he Iully know s WHO and WIIAT he is, he yet lacks one or two things, perhaps the ruost important branch of his moral education, that is ta sa)', if his life is ta be of any pructical value to himsclf and ta the community at large arnongst whom his lot is cast, It is simply this: his virtue must go out of him, he must tonch other lives for good. As Shakespeare, the sweet sin ger of Avon, has it:–