Physiognomy in Children's Fiction - Slap Happy Larry
Physiognomy is the assessment of a person’s character or personality from his outer appearance, especially the face. – Wikipedia There are plenty of books about this subject, which encourages readers to judge people based on how they look. (Here’s a list on Goodreads.) If you read classic children’s literature you’ll encounter descriptions of character which exist not … Continue reading "Physiognomy in Children’s Fiction"
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