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Unformatted text preview: III. Miss Jean Brodies method of teaching which she calls leading out is closer to intrusion because of her lack of flexibility when it comes to her childrens views. Because of this, her students are prevented from developing intellectually.-Instead they are molded into one big Miss Jean Brodie IV. As a result of Brodies restraint on her students they become woman of body but children of mind.-They fantasize about sexual relations as young girls and even as they develop sexually -However, their mind and views stay parallel to those taught to them by Miss Jean Brodie V. Conclusion...
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- Fall '06