It is important to note that, today, culturally deaf people do not embrace the term deaf-mute
If these far-flung people could only slip off labels like caretaker, deaf-mute
, tourist, and foreigner, they would realize they are speaking exactly the same language.
Soon after, The Life of the Deaf-Mute
published strong criticism of deaf education, including the Party-supported application of strict oralism.
But by the end of the century, female silence has begun to be viewed as sinister, even vampirish, and changing attitudes to the deaf-mute
and to female speech are reflected in the struggle of Helen Keller, who was born in 1880, to speak and make herself understood.
One is Diego, a John Singer-like figure, an impossibly goodhearted deaf-mute
who daily contemplates suicide.
The focus of the work is on John Singer, a deaf-mute
in a Georgia mill town during the 1930s, and on his effect on the people who confide in him.
In 1782 Algol was studied by a British astronomer, John Goodricke (1764-1786), a deaf-mute
He trained the blind deaf-mute
girl Laura Bridgman (1829-1889) by means of raised type he had devised and by other methods that later also proved successful with Helen Keller.
That fragile peace is threatened when Billy's new girlfriend Sylvia (Angela Padilla) makes him part of the bigger deaf-mute
community and shows him the world outside.
Karachi -- Amid reports that Geeta, a deaf-mute
Indian girl who accidentally crossed over to Pakistan 14 years ago, has a husband and a son waiting for her at her native village, the 23-year-old has denied that she ever got married.
Here, among the bars, palazzos and canals of this watery city, his personal curiosity about the apparent suicide of a deaf-mute
man leads to the discovery of something far more disturbing.