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ISBN:
0963401653
Author:
Robert Panara
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Deaf Life Pr; 1st edition (August 1, 1997)
Pages:
112 pages
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1501 kb
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1753 kb
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Robert F. Panara (8 July 1920 - 20 July 2014) was a poet, a professor and a co-founder of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf . On His Deafness and Other Melodies Unheard. Rochester, New York: Deaf Life Press. Panara (8 July 1920 - 20 July 2014) was a poet, a professor and a co-founder of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) and the National Theater of the Deaf. Panara is considered to be a pioneer in deaf culture studies in the United States.

On His Deafness and O. .See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Panara prefaced his collection On His Deafness and Other Melodies Unheard with "On . Other deaf poets had an understanding of unheard melodies wholly separate from sound, real or simulated

Robert F. Panara prefaced his collection On His Deafness and Other Melodies Unheard with "On 'Tinnitus' (Instead of a Prologue)," in which he wrote: I learned to count the blessing of deafness in still another wa. Other deaf poets had an understanding of unheard melodies wholly separate from sound, real or simulated. Deaf poet Earl Sollenberger, who wrote a poem called "Keats" in which he expressed his surprise at the fact that Keats was not deaf, believed visual experiences were equal to auditory ones in value.

Robert Panara could not hear the noise in Yankee Stadium the day in 1931 when Babe Ruth emerged from the dugout, strode .

Robert Panara could not hear the noise in Yankee Stadium the day in 1931 when Babe Ruth emerged from the dugout, strode toward him and extended his hand. Mr. Panara, then 10 years old, was deaf. He published his poetry in the volume On His Deafness and Other Melodies Unheard (1997) and helped compile books including The Silent Muse: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry by the Deaf (1960) and a nonfiction guide, Great Deaf Americans. He was the subject of Lang’s 2007 biography, Teaching From the Heart and Soul. Panara’s wife of 56 years, the former Shirley Fischer, died in 2003.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Are you sure you want to remove On his deafness and other melodies unheard from your list? On his deafness and other melodies unheard. 1st ed. by Robert Panara. Panara (8 July, 1920; 20 July, 2014) is considered a pioneer in deaf culture studies in the United States. From "On His Deafness" On His Deafness and Other Melodies Unheard (1997). Panara is also a poet, a professor, and cofounder of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) and the National Theater of the Deaf. YouTube Encyclopedic.

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Robert Panara was an accomplished teacher, poet and writer. While a professor, Panara also wrote several books, including one of poetry titled On His Deafness and Other Melodies Unheard. To him, deafness was not a weakness, it was a strength he used to help make the world a better place. Value: 70c. Issued: April 11, 2017. First Day City: Rochester, NY. Type of Stamp: Two Ounce Rate Printed by: Banknote Corporation of America Method: Offset Self-Adhesive. Robert Panara was an accomplished teacher, poet and writer.