Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf World
Train Go Sorry is the ASL expression for "missing the boat". It is symbolic of the many ways in which the deaf and hearing worlds fail to communicate. The author takes the reader inside the deaf world through vivid portraits of the students and the hearing teachers at the Lexington School for the Deaf, who bridge the hearing and non-hearing worlds. She captures the development of deaf culture over the past 100 years from her grandfather, who was a student at the Lexington School.
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Review: Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf WorldUser Review - Kristen Akers - Goodreads
I enjoyed the stories, but the writing style was distracting for me. I felt like something was desperately missing in terms of joining the big picture together. Overall a good book, but I was hoping for more depth. Read full review
Review: Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf WorldUser Review - Linnea - Goodreads
I think it is good that I've read this book and people should definitely read it, but it is not a fun read. It was hard for me to get through it. Read full review