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When the Mind Hears: A History of the Deaf
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Traces the history of the deaf through the eyes of Laurent Clerc, a deaf Frenchman who was the intellectual leader of the deaf community in France, then in America
The authoritative statement on the deaf, their education, and their struggle against prejudice.
ISBN: 9780307874719 Subtitle: A History of the Deaf Publisher: Vintage Books Author: Lane, Harlan Subject: Social Science : Handicapped Subject: Discrimination in education Subject: Education Subject: Sociology - General Subject: Discrimination in education -- History. Subject: General Subject: Handicapped Subject: Deaf Subject: Special Education - Physically Handicapped Subject: Physical Impairments Subject: Deaf -- History. Subject: Deaf -- Biography. Subject: Deaf Studies-Deaf Culture Subject: Health and Medicine-Disability Subject: US History-General Subject: main_subject Subject: all_subjects Publication Date: 19890618 Binding: ELECTRONIC Language: English Pages: 537 Related Subjects
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