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Sir John Hale is one of the worlds foremost Renaissance historians whose book "The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance" (1993) won the Royal Society of Literature's Heinemann award and the international silver pen. Soon after delivering the second draft of his text, Hale had a stroke that deprived him of the power of speech. His wife Shelia Hale, set out to find out what had happened and how John might be brought back to normal as far as possible. The book combines a detailed account of dysphasia and what he can tell us about language with a personal account of John and Shelia's own expericences.
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A unique exploration of aphasia - losing the ability to use or comprehend words - from the personal perspective of one couple coming to terms with its challenges and adapting to life after a debilitating strokeAbout the Author:
Sheila Hale is a distinguished travel writer and journalist and author of guides to Florence and Tuscany, Venice and Verona. She has written for a number of American and British newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, the Observer, the Times Literary Supplement, and the London Review of Books.
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