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On My Own: The Journey Continues

On My Own The Journey Continues The author describes the difficulties and accomplishments she experiences as she adjusts to living independently after losing her sight

  • Title: On My Own: The Journey Continues
  • Author: Sally Hobart Alexander
  • ISBN: 9780374356415
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The author describes the difficulties and accomplishments she experiences as she adjusts to living independently after losing her sight.

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    1. A body trouble book. Sally lost most of her sight at age 24, and the rest of it during the course of this book. She gets an apartment by herself and starts teaching at the school for the newly where she herself trained. She frets about finding her way and looking stupid to other people, but she manages.There are a few great observations about blindness. For example, that lack of sight separates you from objects; while lack of hearing separates you from people. She recounts a panel discussion in [...]

    2. On My Own: the Journey Continues, by Sally Hobart Alexander, narrated by Suzanne Toren, Produced by Recorded Books, downloaded from audible.This book continues Sally’s transition from being sighted to becoming blind. She moves on in this book from her training in learning to function as a blind person, to her first apartment after the training, her first job, going back to school, dating, and finally finding a wonderful man to marry. This book is a realistic depiction of being blind, as I can [...]

    3. On My Own: The Journey Continues by Sally Hobart AlexanderBook ReviewAs I'm looking down at this book, I wonder what drew me to the cover. I think it had to be the independence of what the picture stood for. Just one woman, on her own. What was this story, this journey, as Sally Hobart likes to call it, about? I didn't second guess myself, and I grabbed the book and checked it out. Reading the first page, I knew I had made the right choice. Right away, I was hooked. The first page was already an [...]

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