The Struggles Of The Deaf Again By Mark Drolsbaugh

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The book named “Deaf Again” has been written by “Mark Drolsbaugh”. In the underlying book, the author provides the detailed information about the life of the young boy named Mark who was deaf since birth but spends his life without any trouble. The boy was very intelligent and struggle too much for his deafness. The boy was very happy with his life and never feels to anyone that he is deaf. He spends a peaceful life with his mother and father. His mother and father were also deaf. The main purpose of the author for writing this book is to inform the readers about the struggles of the deaf boy (Ginsburg et.al, 2013).
Issues arise in his life In the book named “Deaf Again”, the author has discussed the life of the young deaf boy who was very
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All the other family members of the young boy were not deaf. The grandparents of the underlying boy were normal and they think that the boy will be normal without any problem. The grandparents of the Mark were against the sign language because they think if Mark understands the signing language he will become dependent. However, the parents of the Mark want to teach him the signing language because according to their point of view, the signing language will help the Mark in understanding the language. In the school, he used the signing language with his friends and teachers in order to communicate with all of them. After the learning of the signing language, Mark was able to understand all the signs and know everything which the other communicates. Mark loved his school and his friends and was very happy in his school. The grandparents of Mark saw him very happy after the learning of the signing class because by taking the signing class, Mark was able to understand the language of the others. When the grandparents of Mark saw him happy due to the learning of the signing class so both of them also took an admission in the signing class in order to understand the language of the other individuals (Oliva et.al,

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