Deaf Again review

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Matt Greve 11/19/07 Book Review: Deaf Again ASL 152 “This is an excellent and highly readable autobiography that will soon find a place in the classics of deaf writing.” This is just one opinion on the book Deaf Again written by Mark Drolsbaugh who is a well-respected author in the Deaf community. This book made me realize how important it is for deaf people to have a set language to communicate with each other. Sign language is a vital part in mostly every deaf persons life. It’s their means of communication for everything. Whether it’s learning in a classroom, on the baseball field, buying stuff at the local market, or even something as simple as talking to people at home; Sign language is use widely throughout the Deaf community. This book was intended for young people especially deaf teenagers. Mark shares his underdog story and how he overcame mostly everything as a young deaf student in a hearing world. Getting through school hearing is hard enough yet he did it with a complete communication barrier. With Mark sharing his
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course ASL 152 taught by Professor Burgreen during the Fall '07 term at Nassau CC.

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