By Janusz Korczak
Those works belong to that team of books written through one among this century's fiercest and such a lot dedicated baby advocates. within the first, Korczak makes use of fiction to bare the fun and sorrows of a kid, a ten-year-old, juxtaposing them opposed to the emotions of an grownup as they either react to 2 days of event spent jointly.
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Go and stand in the corner. ” I walk slowly to the corner, deliberately. ” Someone laughed. Often someone will laugh like that in class for no reason at all. And then it happens that everyone else will join in with him. My legs begin to hurt. They don’t hurt exactly, but they’re giving way. It seems strange. There’s enough energy for racing and sledding and ice-skating. ” As if someone took my legs in his hands and broke them— like a stick. It’s a stern punishment—the corner. I’m weak; sitting in my seat bothered me; I leaned back; I couldn’t sit straight.
We push and hurry so as not to lose a single moment. We have to escape, but we have so much distance, so many obstacles: narrow doors, a tight corridor, stairs, the vestibule. And we all have to be first in the yard. And so, with elbows and knees and chest and head, we pave the way—we’re out of breath, our hands burn from the cold snow. Something whizzes past your eyes—already! — at the first person the better. He won’t be angry. Such a wondrous and exciting game it will be. And no one, absolutely no one interferes.
Now I’ll have to be on guard. But is it possible that in broad daylight, on a busy street, hats can be knocked off heads? If it happened to a grownup, there would be a big scandal, a crowd of people, a policeman. But because it happened to a child, it means nothing. There are troublemakers among children and we don’t have any help against them, or protection—we have to manage on our own. We stand there on the corner and regret that we have to part. We were talking about something important when this bully interfered.
When I Am Little Again & The Child's Right to Respect by Janusz Korczak