Comparing an Essay from the Course Package against Research

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Comparing an Essay from the Course Package against Research
The following paper will look at Helen Keller’s essay, “the Seeing Hand,” and will compare it to an academic article located through research that deals with a comparable subject on the matter of how the deaf and blind can navigate their way through life using touch. The one thing we learn from the research is that Keller is being overly optimistic in her work in the sense that she maintains that the hands serve as a gateway to the imagination and that deaf and blind people can shape their own world through touch.
Dammeyer
argues that being deaf and blind is linked to cognitive decline – his work is based upon primary research – and that the cognitive capacity of people who are...
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