Knotted Tongues: Stuttering in History & the Quest for a Cure
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Knotted Tongues: Stuttering in History & the Quest for a Cure

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Two and a half million Americans - fifty-five million people worldwide - stutter. Though their baffling malady has been subjected to endless analysis for over 2,500 years, most endure it without hope of a cure. The very anticipation of stuttering can dominate a victim's social and emotional life. If the majority suffer in anonymity, famous figures down through the ages - M...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 30th 1996 by Globe/Kodansha Amer Inc (first published April 1995)
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Benson Bobrick earned his doctorate from Columbia University and is the author of several critically acclaimed works. In 2002, he received the Literature Award of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. He and his wife, Hilary, live in Vermont.
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