By Trenton W. Batson, Eugene Bergman
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Publish yr observe: initially released in 1988. This replica is 3rd variation, 1994.
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They answered that he had walked home. Page 27 V The chevalier had decided to depart without saying goodbye to his wife. He feared and avoided any annoying explanations; and, as it was his purpose to return very shortly, he thought it was wiser to simply leave a letter behind him. It was not altogether true that business required his presence in Holland; however, the journey might be beneficial. One of his friends wrote a letter to Chardonneaux urging his departure; it was a prearranged pretext.
All real sorrow usually produces in man this need of solitude, just as physical pain does in the case of animals. Madame des Arcis was at first so surprised that she could only answer with those commonplace remarks that one always has on the tip of one's tongue when one cannot express one's thoughts. She found this journey quite natural; the chevalier was right, she understood the importance of this matter, and did not oppose it. While she spoke, her heart was full of sorrow; she said she felt tired, and sat upon a bench.
For a majority of the deaf. The truth is that most deaf people do not lead lives of isolation. On the contrary, they love to associate with one another to such an extent that clannishness is a byword for them even more than for other minorities, but it is a clannishness informed by a special zest. It is this other, much more prevalent type of the deaf, the joiner, the hustler, the go-getter with his thirst for an active enjoyment of life, that is represented in No Sound, the autobiography of Julius Wiggins, which is not surprising when we consider that, unlike the other classes of the physically handicapped, unlike the lame, the halt, the blind and all the other varieties, the deaf are distinguished by a special vigor and robustness.
Angels and Outcasts: An Anthology of Deaf Characters in Literature by Trenton W. Batson, Eugene Bergman