I call Ned and his son, although he is only blood, my nephew. When Edward first promised to make me a mentor Prince of Wales, I was flattered. And who would not feel flattered? But I was a young man and did not know much about the education of children. I did not know that it can do to a young man's heart a little boy some three years old, sitting on the pommel of his saddle and sobbing because he leaves his mother and sisters. I do not know if my heart was softened in the day or in the following months, although I have done my duty, and followed the decrees of Edward about the education of his son.
The Intellectual Life Of Western Europe In The Middle Ages
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