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Myths About Handedness

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An Orange County, California, listener describes how both his left-handed parents were forced as children to learn to write with their non-dominant hand. Their handwriting looked unusual, to say the least. Grant discusses myths about handedness and recommends the book Handwriting in America: A Cultural History by Tamara Thornton. By the way, if you’re looking for the word that means “written toward the left,” it’s levographic. This is part of a complete episode.

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