Write a comparative analysis of Susan Wendell’s “The Social Construction of Disability” AND one of the following texts: Rosemarie Garland-Thomson’s, “Becoming Disabled”, Lisa Egan’s “I’m not a person with a disability, I’m a disabled person”, or Cari Romm’s “The Life and Death of Martha Vineyard’s Sign Language.”

Write a comparative analysis of Susan Wendell’s “The Social Construction of Disability” AND one of the following texts: Rosemarie Garland-Thomson’s, “Becoming Disabled”, Lisa Egan’s “I’m not a person with a disability, I’m a disabled person”, or Cari Romm’s “The Life and Death of Martha Vineyard’s Sign Language”

Your analysis will support a claim about an insightful relationship between the two texts.

This relationship should focus on how the two authors use particular textual elements (you might want to think of some of the texts we’ve read on storytelling elements) to accomplish the purposes of their texts. To do so, rely on concrete details from the texts in your analysis to establish the significance (the “So What?”) of this relationship.