What’s That Pig Outdoors

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Veteran journalist Henry Kisor lost his hearing at age three.  With the help of a supportive family and an unconventional teacher, he was, however, always encouraged to participate in the hearing world.  In this engaging memoir, Kisor recounts what life as a deaf person in a hearing culture is all about.  The most exceptional aspect of Kisor’s life has been his choice of journalism as a career.  For a deaf person to survive, let alone succeed, in this most verbal of professions has required great ingenuity and perseverance, and the tales related here testify to Kisor’s strength of character as well as to his journalistic talent.

Henry Kisor, Author

Published by Penguin Books

1 in stock

SKU: CDHH B-50-08

Description

A Memoir of Deafness