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Stewart, D. (1995). E-Z American Sign Language. New York: Barron’s
This 474-page paperback includes 36 lessons for learning ASL, and line drawings illustrating more than 800 signs and their multiple meanings. Included are chapters on Deaf Culture, “facial grammar”, and the chief grammatical rules of ASL.