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Like heavy physical work was obligatory, same way, family’s reading through Ancient Sagas and the Bible became a part of life where nature has played significant part.
It, indeed, conditioned behavioral patterns of Icelandic families in 17th century, making education alike to homeschooling and private tutoring where reading became an only mental asylum, thus achieving almost complete literacy.
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Harsh weather conditions, relative distance from development and civilizations have made educational opportunities in Iceland limited.
Conditioned by the church and parents during long winter evenings where even the youngest family members had to participate in monotonous work, education became something that children learned from family members.
According to research conducted by social historian Sigurdur Magnusson, even though "clergy supervised all primary education in the country, leading up to a test given to children prior confirmation, it was learning how to survive in the harsh realities that constituted central element in children's education" (Magnusson 43).
It leads to conclusion that nature forced people to adjust educational matters and ways how reading, in particular, was seen as an escape from daily troubles, famine, even death.