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Lip-reading: Principles and Practice

Nature volume 92, page 422 (11 December 1913) | Download Citation



THE hard-of-hearin.o will be able to study lip-reading from this book without the aid of a teacher, if such a course is found necessary. The book is arranged also for use, under a teacher's guidance, by the semi-mute and the congenitally deaf who have acquired speech and language. The first part of the book is explanatory and directive, and the second gives exercises for practice.

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