6 edition of A Loss for Words found in the catalog.
September 23, 1987
by Harper Perennial
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
A personal journey of introspection by a young woman whose childhood was spent as parent to her deaf parents, a journey that led her finally to an inner peace and a resolution of her feelings toward her situation. Walker, a New York editor, grew up in Indianapolis, where her deaf father operated the linotype for the Indianapolis Star-News. Lou Ann Walker’s memoir, A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family, is the winner of the Christopher blackfin-boats.comr Paul Simon read excerpts from the book into the Congressional Record. Reviews are available here.. Walker is the recipient of a Rotary Foundation award, a National Endowment of the Arts grant, as well as a Marguerite Higgins Reporting Award.
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A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family Paperback – August 12, by Lou Ann Walker (Author)Cited by: A Loss for Words is an eye opening book about the deaf community.
It's a moving, tear jerking and inspirational book that I highly recommend. more This book was a requirement in my Deaf Culture class but I was surprised that I was drawn in by the first couple chapters/5.
A Loss For Words is the story of a hearing girl born to deaf parents before 'pc' came into being. Her memories of humiliation and triumph will change you-but you won't know why.
Her stories of her parents' educations - and typical deaf schools' ways of educating - will shock and horrify you, but still, strangely, give you a warm feeling in your heart/5.
Oct 04, · From the time she was a toddler, Lou Ann Walker was the ears and voice for her deaf parents. Their family life was warm and loving, but outside the home, they faced a world that misunderstood and often rejected them.
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This detailed literature summary also contains Topics for Discussion on A Loss for Words: The. -- Lewis Thomas"Readers will come away from this book informed, deeply moved and full of admiration for Walker's marvelous parents."-- "People""I loved "A Loss for Words." [The] style is brisk and clear and, it seems to me, never sentimental/5(71).
A Loss for Words is Lou Ann Walker's autobiographical account of growing up with deaf parents. She describes generally happy early years, followed by a crisis of identity and emotional turmoil in her twenties, and Walker finally ends in a spirit of reconciliation and understanding.
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Start studying loss for words. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. “It is a curious societal comment that the major agencies in New York serving the blind were on the genteel upper East Side or on tree-lined streets in Chelsea.
The Society for the Deaf was in a place the police had forsaken.” ― Lou Ann Walker, A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a blackfin-boats.com by: Find A Loss for Words by Teresa Hunt at Blurb Books.
After losing my children in a car accident, I decided to create a book. The book is full of photo' Released on: January 09, FreeBookNotes found 3 sites with book summaries or analysis of A Loss for Words The Story of Deafness in a blackfin-boats.com there is a A Loss for Words The Story of Deafness in a Family SparkNotes, Shmoop guide, or Cliff Notes, you can find a link to each study guide below.
The Story of Deafness in a Family From the time she was a toddler in the Midwest, Lou Ann Walker was the ears and voice for her Deaf parents. Their family life was warm and loving, yet outside the home they faced a world that misunderstood and often rejected blackfin-boats.com: $ Aug 22, · At a Loss for Words Most words in the books have spelling patterns that kids have been taught in their phonics lessons.
24 Goldberg found unopened materials for the SIPPS program at the school where she worked. "It was just sitting on the shelves collecting dust," she said. A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family. This is much more of a story than the subtitle suggests, beautifully written and deeply affecting.
Born in the Midwest inWalker is one of three hearing daughters of Gale and Doris Jean Walker, both deafened as babies by illnesses. Mrs. Baumann- ASL 2. Jul 17, · [PDF] A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family By - Lou Ann Walker Full Books download ebook PDF EPUB, book in english language [DOWNLOAD] [PDF] A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family By - Lou Ann Walker Full Books in format PDF.“The loss of these languages doesn’t matter much to the bulk of humanity, but the standard for assessing the worth or benefit of a language shouldn’t rest with outsiders, who are typically.At a Loss for Words?
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