Did you know?
Margalit Fox is a
reporter for The New York Times.
She holds a bachelor's and
master's degrees in linguistics
from Stony Brook University and
a master's degree from Columbia
University Graduate School of
Journalism. She lives in
Manhattan with her husband, the
writer and critic George
Robinson. Talking Hands
is her first book. More at
This article was originally published in September 2007, and has been updated for the
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