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I Am Not Blind: An Information Environment About Unsighted People - Levine, Les

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20 × 20 × 0.5 cm

Les Levine interviews several blind people of varying demographics, in order to show “new channels of experience and information.” The resulting book is a fascinating investigation of “sighted” persons false perceptions of the “unsighted.”


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