Testing Literature: Helen Keller and Richard Powers' Implementation H[elen]

@article{Berger2002TestingLH,
  title={Testing Literature: Helen Keller and Richard Powers' Implementation H[elen]},
  author={James Berger},
  journal={Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory},
  year={2002},
  volume={58},
  pages={109 - 137}
}
EiNGS without language continually speak to us. Infants ' and animals, the retarded, autistic, the victims of trauma, and the neurologically damaged, telepathic aliens, artificial intelligences, even the dead—in fiction and science fiction, scientific reports, and religious and philosophical speculations, we have tried to converse with these entities, whose modes of consciousness and experiences of being present in the wotld must be so different from ours. For our experiences and the sense we… CONTINUE READING