Under the Eye of the Clock (Paperback)Christopher Nolan (author)
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Nolan's autobiography told in the third person through a narrator named Joseph Meehan is an astonishingly lyrical and inspired work, filled with powerful description and touching moments of triumph, sadness, anger, and above all disarming wit. Nolan's story has a touching and breathtaking intensity, whether recounting his battle with local authorities to attend an ordinary school, going on a "normal" vacation, or his ultimate triumph of finally being able to share the insight and whimsy of his inner world.
Filled with linguistic puzzles, this bestseller in Britain and the United States and Whitbread Prize winner features a unique voice that comes from a deep place many will never understand, but that is enrapturing nevertheless.
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
Number of pages: 163
Weight: 204 g
Dimensions: 206 x 137 x 15 mm
Funny, observant, astringent and fierce.
Nolan's modesty and charm comes across well on the printed page, as do his wit and humor.