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Vocabulary Since 1999/2/20 Written by Baker A Bedl
Vocabulary Since 1999/2/20 Written by Baker A Bedl
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Deaf Culture
Deaf Culture
Deaf Culture Deaf Culture In mainstream American society, we tend to approach deafness as a defect. Helen Keller is alleged to have said, Blindness cuts people off from things; deafness cuts people off from people. (rnib.org) This seems a very accurate description of what Keller\'s world must have been. We as hearing people tend to pity deaf people, or, if they succeed in the hearing world, admire them for overcoming a severe handicap. We tend to look at signing as an inferior substitute for rea
The Miracle Worker
The Miracle Worker
The Miracle Worker Me though I saw the grave where Jimmie Lays Within that temple where the vestal Flame, Was wont to burn and passing by those ways To see that buried dust of living fame. Annie Sullivan was blind when Jimmie died. At that time Jimmie and Annie were living in the state poorhouse in Tewksbury. There she met her destiny, the destiny to be brave, strong, and never to give up. Later on, when Jimmie was no longer there to support her, she was transported to the Perkins Institution fo