Christopher Nolan (author)

Christopher Nolan (Author)

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Christopher Nolan (6 September 1965 – 20 February 2009), The Irish Times, 20 February 2009, retrieved 20 February 2009 was an Irish poet and author, son of Joseph and Bernadette Nolan. He grew up in Mullingar, Ireland, but later moved to Dublin to attend college. He was educated at the Central Remedial Clinic School, Mount Temple Comprehensive School and at Trinity College, Dublin. His first book was published when he was fifteen. He won the Whitbread Book Award, for his autobiography in 1988. He was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters in the UK, the medal of excellence from the United Nations Society of Writers, and a Person of the Year award in Ireland.


Early life

Christopher Nolan was born to parents Joseph and Bernadette Nolan. He grew up in Mullingar, Ireland. Due to asphyxiation at birth, Christopher was born with permanent impairment of his "nerve-signaling system, a condition he says is now labelled dystonia." Because of these complications, Nolan was born with cerebral palsy, and could only move his head and eyes. Due to the severity of the cerebral palsy, he used a wheelchair. In an interview, his father, Joseph, explained how, at the age of 10, he was placed on medication that "relaxed him so he could use a pointer attached to his head to type." To write, Nolan used a special...
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