This book gives a glimpse into Paul's world and thus into the mind
and life of a severely handicapped person who could never do any of
the tasks of daily living for himself. "Asticman" features some
favorite writings from the first part of Paul's writing career.
They give a candid picture of who Paul was and what it meant for
him to deal with his handicap every day. The selections also show
Paul's progression of writing from dialogue, narrative and poetry
about his handicap to illustrating his experiences in school and
college to gaining employment, travelling, dealing with his
mother's death, and taking a stand on political causes, such as
abortion. Paul has written in many different forms of expression,
being a voice for the handicapped. He was very open about his life
and his experiences and often very explicit. May you be inspired,
enlightened and challenged, as many others have been - during
Paul's lifetime, and beyond.
|Country of origin:
• Carmen Aldinger
||229 x 152 x 18mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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