Experts answer this question from English Textbook ( Chapter The sound of music )

Dear Student,
Such questions are made for enhancing the self creative skills and should be tried answering on your own. However, here are a few points that will help you in framing your answer:
  • Evelyn, in spite of being deaf, was a motivation and role model for other deaf children.
  • Evelyn's mother remembered how she did not respond when her name was called for the playing of the piano. When her marks deteriorated and her headmistress forced her parents to take her to a specialist, it was discovered that her hearing was impaired as a result of a gradual nerve damage.
  • However, this sickness could not kill her spirit to win and soar to greater heights.
  • She could feel music through her body and could sense music notes within her body.
  • It was a reminder to other children that their disability could not silence the sounds and voices around them.
  • She tried to read the lips of the singers.
  • The story of Evelyn teaches us that a problem is only as big as we make it.
  • Though she had a disability in her body, she did not allow the disability to affect her mental power. She loved music and she found a solution to understand music.
  • It was her will power that allowed her to sense music through her body. Therefore, her problem seemed so small in front of her determination.
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