Flying Without Wings: Personal Reflections on Loss, Disability, and Healing

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Bantam Books, Feb 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 189 pages
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Flying Without Wings is the powerful story of one man's struggle with disability--an illuminating and inspirational account of the resilience of the human spirit and its ability to triumph over loss and disability.

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Flying without wings: personal reflections on being disabled

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A recent medical school graduate and amateur tennis champion, Beisser at age 24 had everything going for him. Then polio struck--his story opens in the 1950s--and he was confined to an iron lung ... Read full review

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