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Knights must win their spurs, younger sons must seek their fortune and young women must marry and live happily ever after. Young people growing into maturity were a familiar trope of folk and fairy tales before the theme emerged in some of the earliest novels, though the generic term ‘Bildungsroman’ was not coined until 1819.
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