Cover

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Frontmatter

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Contents

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p. 6

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Introduction

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pp. 8-11

I am fairly certain that none of the authors whose words fill the pages that follow have read the work of French feminist theorist, H

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All Eyes

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pp. 12-109

It was indeed a wondrous day for my mother, having finally gotten her wish after bearing a string of three wild little boys. Mom collapsed on the delivery table with a sigh of relief when she saw the absence of a tiny weenie as soon as I slipped out of her womb. As an adult, I can imagine that excitement..

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Making Sense of It All: The Battle of Britain Through a Jewish Deaf Girl’s Eyes

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pp. 110-199

The first time that something seemed different was one morning in September 1938, when I was six years old.We had been back only a few days from our summer holiday and were in our little red brick house, 46 Wormholt Road, Shepherds Bush, London W2, having breakfast at our square wooden...

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I Dared!

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pp. 200-315

In 1970, Dr. Mervin Garretson, who was then the Executive Director of the Council of Organizations Serving the Deaf, visited Argentina to see how deaf children were being educated. While he was there, a group of deaf adults asked him to send a spokesperson on behalf of deaf children....