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Title: When the Mind Hears: A History of the Deaf
Description: New York, Vintage Books, 1989. First Edition Thus. . . The first comprehensive study of the deaf," at times "Impassioned, polemical...even virulent [work of] immense scholarship." Framed by the life of French intellectual leader Laurent Clerc. Signed and dated 1990 by the author at half-title page. Black-and-white reproduced photographs throughout. Sturdy, still tightly bound softcover copy, minor to moderate wear of covers and text-block, but with neither underlining nor highlighting. Full-color, illustrated covers with white "History of the deaf" and red "Signed" stickers on spine. xvii + 537 pp. . Signed by Author. . Very Good

Keywords: deaf|hard-of-hearing|hearing impaired|mainstreaming|bilingual education|Harlan Lane|Laurent Clerc

Price: US$ 16.00 Seller: Blue Jacket Books
- Book number: 341294

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