I Feel Bad About My Neck - Study Guide Blind as a Bat Summary & Analysis

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Nora's declining eyesight affects her ability to read maps, telephone books, menus, and pill bottles. With aging, the struggle to read causes the need for reading glasses, then the need to keep track of the glasses, which she often loses. Nora misses being able to read a telephone book, something she enjoyed doing as a young reporter. She blames it on aging eyesight. This chapter reads like an ode to reading. There are so many positives to being able to read, but with age it is simply not so easy.

The effects of eyesight going bad affect so much of what a person does. Bad eyesight due to genetics has nothing to do with age. It is the aging process that affects people, so when vision changes due to aging, it can be difficult to accept.

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