Excerpt from Kthma Ez Aei
For years past the habit of learning poetry by heart has suffered in our schools both from neglect and from a lack of system. It has not merely been crowded out it has frequently been dropped on the plea that not a tenth part of What was learned remained in the learner's memory. That is true enough, but it is not inevitable. If the same book is used in a succession of forms, and if the old pieces are constantly being learned afresh, then an ordinary memory Will be capable of retain ing the Whole, or at least a large proportion of it. This is a matter of common experience.
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