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A vision of what it means to be blind

In her powerful memoir-cum-manifesto, Selina Mills tells us what she misses most, what irritates her most and why she won’t have a guide dog

Reading by Braille, rather than John Gall’s method, would always be the choice of blind people. [Getty Images]

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