Jennifer Anderson's Reviews > Blind Rage: Letters to Helen Keller

Blind Rage by Georgina Kleege
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Sep 05, 2012

really liked it

I thought it was a great, thought-provoking book. A bit slow at times (for me, anyway), but overall I loved the read! It made me realize to what extent I myself had been forced to pass as a fully sighted person throughout my childhood. Not being allowed to hold my hand out in front of me so I wouldn't bump into things, being told to watch where I was going (a little hard for a legally blind person), and then not being taught to use a cane all made it seem like it was "better to look sighted". As I gained more independence I found it easier to use a white cane, etc and the problem was forgotten about - but this book made me think about things completely differently. :)

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