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Person of The Week (Christopher Nolan) #112006

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 22, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Honoring of Irish writer Christopher Nolan for his book "Under the Eye of the Clock" featured. [WOMAN - reads from book.] Nolan's first book, "Dam-Burst of Dreams", mentioned. Nolan's lifelong bout with cerebral palsy and his literary career outlined; scenes shown. [Voice of MAN - reads from Nolan's works.] Painstaking writing process shown. [Mother Bernadette NOLAN - explains son's writing.] [Oxford Univ. prof. John CAREY - says Nolan speaks for the disabled through his writing.] Nolan's schooling and writing in Ireland described; scenes shown. [Voice of MAN - reads from Nolan's works.]

Jennings, Peter

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