Surviving in Silence

Surviving in Silence

His mother set in motion the first jarring change in Izrael's life by taking him to Budapest, Hungary, to attend a special school for deaf Jewish children."--BOOK JACKET.

Publisher Gallaudet University Press
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ISBN 9781563681196
Pages 220 pages
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