|"The schoolboy, above all others is
not the simple being the world imagines. In that young bosom, are
often stirring passions as strong as our own , desires not less violent,
a volition not less supreme. In that young bosom, what burning
love, what inense ambition, what avarice, what lust of power, envy that
friends might emulate, hate that men might fear."
Disraeli, British Prime Minister and novelist,