According to the French surgeon Serge Aroles , who wrote a general study of feral children based on archives L'Enigme des Enfants-loups or The Enigma of Wolf-children , , many alleged cases are totally fictitious stories:.
Myths, legends, and fiction have depicted feral children reared by wild animals such as wolves , apes , monkeys , and bears. Roman legend has it that Romulus and Remus , twin sons of Rhea Silvia and Mars , were suckled by a she-wolf.
Rhea Silvia was a priestess, and when it was found that she had been pregnant and had children, King Amulius , who had usurped his brother's throne, ordered her to be buried alive and for the children to be killed. The servant who was given the order set them in a basket on the Tiber river instead, and the children were taken by Tiberinus , the river god, to the shore where a she-wolf found them and raised them until they were discovered as toddlers by a shepherd named Faustulus.
He and his wife Acca Larentia , who had always wanted a child but never had one, raised the twins, who would later feature prominently in the events leading up to the founding of Rome named after Romulus, who eventually killed Remus in a fight over whether the city should be founded on the Palatine Hill or the Aventine Hill. Legendary and fictional children are often depicted as growing up with relatively normal human intelligence and skills and an innate sense of culture or civilization, coupled with a healthy dose of survival instincts.
Their integration into human society is made to seem relatively easy. One notable exception is Mowgli, for whom living with humans proved to be extremely difficult.
The book Knowledge of Angels involves a feral girl found on a fictional island based upon Mallorca. She is the subject of an experiment to see if the knowledge of God is learned or innate. Placed in a convent, while she is there the nuns are instructed not to teach her about God or even mention him in front of her. This is to see whether an atheist who washed up there should be condemned or not.
The Earthsea series by Ursula K. Le Guin mentions a brother and sister who were abandoned on a remote island as children, and thus grew up as feral children; in A Wizard Of Earthsea , Ged washes up on their island and is unable to communicate much with them, as they only know a few words in their native language which he did not speak at the time.
They were both elderly and very frightened of him, but the sister gives him one of her few possessions when he leaves. Later in The Tombs Of Atuan , Ged tells Tenar about the sister and brother named Anthil and Ensar respectively , and Tenar explains their names, lineage, and how the abandonment was known about in their and her home country. Tenar and Ged agree that abandonment was kinder than the murder the children would have otherwise been victims of, but Ged remarks that it was still very cruel and "They scarcely knew human speech.
The novel "Magic Hour" by Kristin Hannah is about a six-year-old feral child living during her formative years inside a cave in the Olympic National Forest.
The girl wanders one day into the fictional small town of Rain Valley, Washington, searching for food and carrying her pet wolf pup and unable to speak. The police chief calls in her psychiatrist sister to teach the girl how to speak and to find the girl's family.
Media related to Feral children at Wikimedia Commons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the video game, see Wolfchild. For the Silver Convention album containing the song of the same name, see Summernights. For the East Prussian orphans, see Wolf children. For other uses, see Wild child. Human child who has lived isolated from human contact from a very young age.
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