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... two great areas of deafness existed in the South: White Southerners had no ears to hear that which threatened their Dream. And ...
The organizations of men, like men themselves, seem subject to deafness, nearsightedness, lameness, and involuntary cruelty. We se ...
The late Président de Montesquieu told me that he knew how to be blind--he had been so for such a long time--but I swear that I d ...
Instead of giving in to the greatest misfortune that can happen at my age, deafness, I busy myself in searching out all possible c ...
Deafness produces bizarre effects, reversing the natural order of things; the interchange of letters is the conversation of the de ...
Poor children live in a particularly dangerous world--an urban world of broken stair railings, of busy streets serving as playgrou ...
Your tale, sir, would cure deafness.
It amazes me when I hear any person prefer blindness to deafness. Such a person must have a terrible dread of being alone. Blindne ...
By deafness one gains in one respect more than one loses; one misses more nonsense than sense.
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