Review of Bérubé, The Secret Life of Stories

Chelsea Jones

Abstract


Unfolding through this book is a warning against reductive readings of (intellectual) disability alongside an argument for finding fictional modes of intellectual disability as one piece of the larger, urgent projects gripping disability studies that involve negotiating relationships between bodies and minds, and re/imagining humanness.

Keywords


intellectual disability; literature; Harry Potter

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15353/cjds.v5i4.322

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