Through the years, many individual reports have been published which review the treatment of deafness and deaf characters in various literary works. More recently, comprehensive anthologies have also addressed this topic. The authors add a new dimension to this area of "Deaf Studies" with their review of science fiction literature. Selected nineteenth and twentieth-century works of science fiction are discussed, and several deaf writerd in this genre are introduced.
Department, Program, or Center
Cultural and Creative Studies (NTID)
Lang, Harry, G.; Panara, Robert F. (1989). Deaf Characters and Deafness in Science Fiction. The Deaf American, 39(3).
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