Out of the Dark [NOOK Book]

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Scanned, proofed and corrected from the original hardcover edition for enjoyable reading. (Worth every penny spent!)

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PREFACE

This volume contains all hitherto uncollected magazine articles and addresses which seem for any reason worth preserving in book form. The second article, "Howl became a ...
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Overview

Scanned, proofed and corrected from the original hardcover edition for enjoyable reading. (Worth every penny spent!)

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PREFACE

This volume contains all hitherto uncollected magazine articles and addresses which seem for any reason worth preserving in book form. The second article, "Howl became a Socialist," was printed in the New York Call. Briefly it sums up my position at the present time. Of the articles on blindness, some were written in behalf of work which has since been successfully started. They are, therefore, somewhat out of date. But I have left them unchanged because they record the conditions of the blind at the time they were written, and by no means all the things advocated have been attempted in all parts of the country. There are still States in which the plea of ten years ago is pertinent to-day.

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Contents

The Hand of the World
Became a Socialist
An Appeal to Reason
The Worker's Right
The Modern Woman
An Apology for Going to College
To the New College Girl
A Letter to an English Woman-Suffragist
How to Become a Writer
Our Duties to the Blind
What the Blind Can Do
Preventable Blindness
The Plain Truth
The Truth Again
The Conservation of Eyesight
The Training of a Blind Child
A Letter to Mark Twain
The Heaviest Burden of the Blind
What to Do for the Blind
The Unemployed Blind
The Education of the Deaf
The Gift of Speech
The Work of De L' Epee
The Message of Swedenborg
Christmas in the Dark
A New Chime for the Christmas Bells
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012704818
  • Publisher: OGB
  • Publication date: 11/5/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 869,466
  • File size: 227 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2012

    So touching.

    I've only read two pages and I'm about to cry it's so touching.I feel like still here. :'-(

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