By EARNEST ELMO CALKINS. Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1924.
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This is an interesting story of how a man with the handicap of deafness successfully solves the problems of life. The book should be read by every practicing otologist, whose work brings him in contact with those suffering from incurable deafness. Its perusal will provide him with a means for assisting these people where medical science fails, for it should enable him to impart some of the cheerful philosophy of the author. Every deafened person will be cheered by this story of the struggle and the success of a deafened man. The otologist will do a real service in bringing this book to the attention of his deafened patients.
LOUDER PLEASE. Arch Otolaryngol. 1925;1(3):366. doi:10.1001/archotol.1925.00560010382011
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