The Nature of Phonological Disability in Children
"A collection of essays exploring the work of Jewish American novelist Chaim Potok, with emphasis on his efforts to reconcile the appeal of modernity and the pull of traditional Judaism"--Provided by publisher.
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Issues in the Investigation of Phonological Disability
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