[A captioned Joyce]
Understanding Joyce from the Deaf perspective. Diversity and Joyce. An insight into deaf perceptions transferred to a reading of Ulysses
‘I have forever depended on context, lip-reading, and guesswork to fill-in the gaps and make sense of an aural world.‘
Find out more: https://booksirelandmagazine.com/a-captioned-joyce-by-lynn-buckle/
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