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I was especially interested in discovering how play occurred and was given expression in the home. Thus my study was to be in contrast to those of most researchers, who observe children's play in school settings. On beginning, I was eager to observe Helen's play relationships with her toys and peers; however, I soon discovered that Helen wished to play with me. It was her price for the privilege I had of being privy to her play life in the home. Consequently, I became Helen's chief play partner during the occasions on which we met.
Xvi). And in Kelly-Byrne's case, this is also perhaps what we are to draw upon from any child we should play with in her manner. " But there is more to the Kelly-Byrne solution than a reiteration of Wordsworth, because she, unlike both he and Rousseau, is actively participating with her child, at least in the temporary and segregated space of the play world. Here she and the child put aside their chains of separation and commingle. However, in the background here and there are hints that make us wonder whether she too, like Wordsworth, is drawing on some important resource from her own childhood.
A Childs Play Life: An Ethnographic Study (Early Childhood Education, No 20) by Diana Kelly-Byrne