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Under the Eye of the Clock A Memoir

ISBN-10: 1611458145
ISBN-13: 9781611458145
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Book details

List price: $14.95
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/4/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

ChristopherNolan’s injuries at birth left him severely disabled and handicapped; he wasentirely paralyzed and unable to communicate, but he had so much to say and wasburning to express his innermost thoughts and ideas and share them with theworld.Nolan’sautobiography told in the third person through a narrator named Joseph Meehanis an astonishingly lyrical and inspired work, filled with powerful descriptionand touching moments of triumph, sadness, anger, and above all disarming wit.Nolan’s story has a touching and breathtaking intensity, whether recounting hisbattle with local authorities to attend an ordinary school, going on a “normal”vacation, or his ultimate triumph of finally being able to share the insightand whimsy of his inner world.Filledwith linguistic puzzles, this bestseller in Britain and the United States and WhitbreadPrize winner features a unique voice that comes from a deep place many willnever understand, but that is enrapturing nevertheless.

Christopher Nolan is the writer/ director of Following, Memento, The Prestige (with Jonathan Nolan), and Inception, as well as Batman Begins (with David S. Goyer), The Dark Knight (with Jonathan Nolan) and The Dark Knight Rises (with Jonathan Nolan).

Preface
A Modicum of Aloe
Hell Guffawed
White Sheets of Life
The Stirring of the Muse
The Eight-Legged Pony
Knife Used
The Night That Was In It
An Eyeful of Derravaragh
If He Could But Earth Himself
My Boyhood Epiphany
I've Cracked It
Slavery was Abolished
The Cool Green Garden
'head the ball'
The Sound of Footsteps
A Dream Being Shattered
Kernelled Loneliness
Academics' Thesaurus of Thoughts
His Human Wasteland

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