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Seeing voices is about more than deaf culture and deaf people its a book about how society functions and normalizes and fears and creates and destroys and changes seeing voices screams for us to open our world and see beyond the limitations we place on ourselves and others based on misconception and lack of communication. Seeing voices publication date 1989 a journey into the world of deaf culture and the neurological and social underpinnings of the remarkable visual language of the congenitally deaf. Get this from a library seeing voices a journey into the world of the deaf oliver sacks a neurologist investigates the world of the deaf examining their past and present treatment at the hands of society and assesses the value and significance of sign language. Seeing voices a journey into the world of the deaf oliver w sacks author university of california press 2495 180p isbn 978 0 520 06083 8 more by and about this author