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When the Mind Hears: A History of the Deaf
Harlan Lane (au). “Impassioned, polemical, at times even virulent, the author shows immense scholarship, powers of historical reconstruction, & deep empathy for the world of the deaf.” “The unimaginable world of those who have been born deaf is made almost imaginable by Lane’s account of their history.” “The author’s passion & directness are delivered through the mouth of one of his subjects, himself deaf, who became an intellectual leader of the deaf community in France & then in America. The story he tells is extraordinary & is perhaps the best illustration of what it means to see the condition & the patient as a whole.”
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