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The audiogram is a graph of the sound waves a person can hear at varying frequencies.
The hearing of a person who has trouble understanding speech can appear normal or nearly normal on an audiogram, because a standard hearing test measures only the ability to detect pure tones along a scale of frequencies.
Some poems, like this one by Ocean Vuong, feature audiograms of the poet’s reading.
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