Stevie Wonder Research Paper

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Stevie Wonder’s True Story “There’s so much music in the air. You hear this music in your mind first; that 's the way it is for me. Then I go after getting it the exact way I imagined it” said Stevie Wonder (“Stevie Wonder”) To begin, blindness is the inability to tell light from dark, or the total inability to see (“Visual Impairment and Blindness”). It would be hard to play games and sports if someone is blind. There are objects to help, for soccer, softball, baseball etc. a rattle can be put inside the ball. Other sports or agillites people may participate in include bike riding or swimming. A blind person may bike ride as long as a sighted person is in front to guide them. (White 20). If a sighted person is not able to be with blinds, then scientist are coming up with a signaled headband device…show more content…
Wonder knew that he would love it there and that it would have been quite satisfying (Brown 13). Another way Wonder had overcame his disability and obstacles was by playing music at a very young age, when he was two years old he would be in the kitchen hitting pots and pans together (“Stevie Wonder”). Also when he turned eight years old Wonder played the piano, harmonica, and drums (Sanford 12). When Wonder turned eleven, he played piano and the harmonica for entertainment at his church (“Stevie Wonder”). The last and final way Wonder overcame his obstacles was by getting a job. He got a record deal with Motown Records at the age of eighteen and he had published tons of records throughout the whole world (“Stevie Wonder Influences”), but at the age of twenty-one Wonder decided to take his music into his own hands and control the way he played his music and the way he controlled his life. Later on in his career Wonder became a worldwide singing success (“Stevie

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