Thursday, October 9, 2014
The art of being deaf: A memoir
The art of being deaf: A memoir is an autobiography about Donna McDonald, an Australian who was placed in an oral deaf school when she was five years old. At age 45, with a successful career in social work policy, McDonald realized that she never had addressed the personal barrier she had constructed between her deaf-self and her hearing persona. In this book, she describes her long, arduous pursuit of finding out exactly who she was. -from the book description
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