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Rolling oneself together with a good work is one of the greatest pleasures of the world. Whilst there are many well-known disability literature - To Knight a Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men, What's Eating Gilbert Grape - most of them are authored by non-disabled people. To commemorate World Day of the Handbook, we have collected some great novels from writers with special needs.
It is a memory of the memory of the famous photographer Jean-Dominque Bauby, who suffers a heart attack leaving him with locked-in-Syndrom. Bauby was paralyzed while conscious of his environment, only with some exercise in his mind and eye. It took about two and a half hours per words, and the whole volume took 200,000 wink to complete.
Butler is one of the most famous sci-fi authors in the whole wide web, but not many people know that she has had serious lethenia her whole being. In spite of her intellectual disability, Butler has written 15 novels in her entire career. Irishman Christy Brown was an Irishman artist and author, a native of the country with paralysis.
The left foot is Brown's memoirs about his Irish growth in the 1950s and the challenge he was facing as CSIP was not interpreted as it is today. We all saw the Kathy Bates movie, but did you see the first one? The script and the novel about the relationship between two girls in the South of America were written by Fannie Flagg.
Disregarding the counsel of those who said she would never be a novelist, Flagg insisted and received an Oscar nominee for the best suited script in 1991. The Typed Words, Lind-Voices examines the different notions of what a "voice" means and how those who are unable to talk in physical terms have a vote through the verb.
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