Georgina Kleege’s Essay on Blindness

Psychology / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
A look at Georgina Kleege’s essay, `Call It Blindness`, in which she describes how people view and stereotype the blind as well as her view of her condition, blindness.

`In Georgina Kleege’s essay, Call It Blindness, she describes how people view and stereotype the blind as well as her view of her condition, blindness. Kleege explains how eyes are supposively the windows to ones soul, and how important the eyes are pertaining to love and beauty. The eyes have certain qualities that `glow with affection, smolder with passion, dilate with emotion`(Kleege 397), and without the trait of vision people view the blind as less attractive or even having uncontrollable sexuality.`


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