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  1. Kathryn Hack
    Kathryn Hack January 6, 2016 at 6:52 am |

    I’m in the process of writing a young adult novel. It follows the “hero’s journey” concept, about three boys who meet in a school for those with a particular gift for language. Jeremy is a Native American, Malawe is Iraqi and deaf, and the main character, Emil is white and has a peculiar habit that is the heart of the story. Their mission is to use their collective talents to stop a terrorist plot that … but I will not give away the story. In any case, your articles on Linguistic Anthropology are extremely helpful as a resource, for I want to be true to factual reality, while weaving them into an adventure series. While readers are on their adventure, they’re also learning about the role of language in shaping civilization. The author is also learning, thanks to your content.

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