"Train Go Sorry"
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This paper summarizes Leah Hager Cohen's book, "Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf World", and then provides a personal reaction to its themes. The paper examines the author's experiences living at a school for the deaf where her father was the superintendent and her difficulties.
From the Paper:"In Leah Hager Cohen's book Train Go Sorry Inside a Deaf World the author not only speaks generally about the emerging sense of a deaf culture but in personal terms as well Indeed Cohen's own experience living at the Lexington School for the Deaf makes her ..."
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