The Day My Voice Broke: What an Injury Taught Me About the Power of Speech

“I had always known that the voice is a kind of aural fingerprint, something unique to every individual and from which listeners draw strong inferences. But in “speaking around” that injury, I was apparently projecting a new personality into the world: a more monotone, less enthusiastic, less engaged personality.”

Source: The Guardian
Published: Jan 19, 2021
Length: 18 minutes (4,655 words)
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