9 edition of A man without words found in the catalog.
|Statement||Susan Schaller ; with a foreward by Oliver Sacks.|
|Contributions||Sacks, Oliver W.|
|LC Classifications||HV2534.I43 S33 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||95003438|
A man without words Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to : Directed by Zack Godshall. Ildefonso grew up without any language. Born deaf to hearing parents who never exposed him to signing, he had no shared language and had no idea what language was. Adapted from Susan Schaller's non-fiction account of introducing Ildefonso to language, the short film A MAN WITHOUT WORDS tells the story of his journey to language by bringing .
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A Man without Words vividly conveys the challenge, the frustrations, and the exhilaration of opening the mind of a congenitally deaf person to the concept of language.
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Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review4/5(1). Complete summary of Susan Schaller's A Man Without Words. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of A Man Without Words. "A Man Without Words" is a book that could have been outstanding based off the true story it's telling, but greatly misses the mark.
Susan Schaller, either through inexperience or through ill-intent, taints this book with her morally gross view Ildefonso and her withholding of important information until the last few chapters/5. "Her passionate, powerful book is both eloquent and elegant." Andrea Barrett, Washington Post Book World "At the level of sheer pleasure in reading, /i/A Man without Words//i/ is as gripping as a novel, eliciting great sympathy for both protagonist and author.
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A documentary film about how a languageless deaf man learned the beginnings of language. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schaller, Susan. Man without words. New York: Summit Books, © (OCoLC) A Man Without Words is a convincing argument for skepticism about the "language expiration date," and it raises concerns that the "expiration date" idea may make us give up up too quickly on languageless adults.
It is also a fascinating read as a story, which makes the loss of equilibrium easier to take. Now I just hope that since this book was /5(28). A Man Without Words. Susan Schaller () "Ildefonso." I was surprised at how much security I derived from knowing his name.
My brain, unlike his, found reality more real, more defined, when it. Get this from a library. A man without words. [Susan Schaller] -- Susan Schaller's story of teaching Ildefonso, a Mexican Indian, deaf from birth.
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This book is. A Man Without Words () Plot. Showing all 1 items Jump to: Summaries (1) Summaries. Ildefonso grew up without any language.
Born deaf to hearing parents who never exposed him to signing, he had no shared language and had no idea what language was. Adapted from Susan Schaller's non-fiction account of introducing Ildefonso to language, the.
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A Man Without a Country by Kurt Vonnegut is a collection of non-fiction essays reflecting on humor, politics, religion, education, prejudice, ignorance, the environment, art, war, and more. He tackles all of these issues in the twelve chapters/essays that compose this book, using a customary wit that has made him internationally famous.
“A man without words is a man without thought.” Said by my favorite writer of all time John Steinbeck, and it actually inspired me to create this some sort of a Book Club so I can reflect my readings and discuss them as well as recording my favorite quotes over here.The old man shuffled to his dirty, rumpled bed where the Book Without Words lay open.
He read it. "Yes," he muttered, "one by one - in the proper sequence, at the proper moment, and I at the proper age." He went back to the brazier. With twisted, twig-thin, and stained fingers, Thorston took up an iron pot and placed it over the green flames.