Talking Hands: What Sign Language Reveals about the Mind
Margalit Fox (Author)
Simon & Schuster
August 05, 2008
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.9 inches | 1.05 pounds
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About the Author
Margalit Fox is a public speaker and an award-winning reporter in the famed obituary news department of The New York Times as well a former New York Times Book Review editor. Fox has a master's degrees in linguistics from Stony Brook University and a masters degree from Columbia Journalism. she lives in Manhattan with her husband, the writer and critic George Robinson..
"This is a captivating and important book, minutely researched and vividly narrated, about an isolated Bedouin village where hearing and deaf people alike communicate in sign language. Such situations are increasingly rare and precious. Fox's book will be fascinating to anyone interested in the nature of human language or indeed in cognitive neuroscience." -- Oliver Sacks, M.D.