Shouting won't help : why I-- and 50 million other Americans-- can't hear you / Katherine Bouton.
Author: Bouton, Katherine, 1947-
Edition: 1st ed.
Publisher: New York : Sarah Crichton Books/Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013.
ISBN: 9780374263041 (hbk.)
Description: viii, 276 p. ; 24 cm.
Subject: Bouton, Katherine, 1947-
Deaf women New York (State) New York Biography.
Contents: Losing it. Voices : Ben Luxon -- Why?. Voices : Ross Wank -- Bring in 'da noise!. Voices : Jacqui Mezger -- You can't see it, but I can't hear you. Voices : Toni Iacoluuci -- Am I deaf or just dumb?. Voices : Jay Alan Zimmerman -- "They don't scream, 'I'M WEARING HEARING AIDS!!!". Voices : Richard Einhorn -- And then you have to pay for it. Voices : Robert Astle -- Cyborg : cochlear implants. Voices : Lorie Singer -- Wig tape and that pig outdoors. Voices : Karin Olsoe -- How to be a deaf theater editor and other challenges of real life. Voices : Isaiah Jackson -- The ugly stepsisters : tinnitus and vertigo. Voices: Melissa -- Chicks and fish do it. Why can't we?. Voices : Eugene Kaplan -- Epilogue : in the land of the near deaf.
Summary: A memoir from the New York editor and writer in which she explores the invisible disability of deafness from personal, psychological, and physiological perspectives.