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by Jerome P. Welch
Author: Jerome P. Welch
Publisher: Sparrowgrass Poetry Forum, Inc. (1996)
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Deaf in America: Voices from a Culture. Schein, Jerome D. 1984. A more recent book by Lou Ann Walker, A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family, draws a powerful picture of life as a hearing child of deaf parents
Deaf in America: Voices from a Culture. and London: Harvard University Press. A more recent book by Lou Ann Walker, A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family, draws a powerful picture of life as a hearing child of deaf parents. The Quiet Ear: Deafness in Literature, compiled by Brian Grant, with a preface by Margaret Drabble, is an extremely readable and varied anthology of short pieces by or about deaf people.
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James Welch is a prominent author of novels and poetry featuring the American West. The book follows the life of Fools Crow, who grows from a reckless young warrior to become the tribe's medicine man. A vision Fools Crow has of his tribe's bleak future foreshadows the end of the entire Indian prairie culture-a culture already threatened by disease, the extinction of the buffalo herds, and the encroachment of white settlers. Welch's ability to recapture the Blackfoot way of life, especially its spiritual aspects, was cited by critics as one of the strengths of the novel.
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