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The Man Who Lost Himself: The Terry Evanshen Story -(SIGNED)-: Callwood, June; Evanshen, Terry -(... The Man Who Lost Himself: The Terry Evanshen Story -(SIGNED)-: Callwood, June; Evanshen, Terry -(...

The Man Who Lost Himself: The Terry Evanshen Story -(SIGNED)-

Callwood, June; Evanshen, Terry -(signed)-

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ISBN 10: 0771018649 / ISBN 13: 9780771018640
Editorial: McClelland & Stewart Ltd, Toronto, 2000
Condición: Near Fine Encuadernación de tapa blanda
Librería: Nessa Books (Hamilton, ON, Canada)

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-----The scan you see is the book you get. Large soft cover, SIGNED "Seize the Day" Terry Evanshen (no name inscription), flat uncreased spine, tight square and clean, 293 pages, Near Fine condition. "In 1988, when Terry Evanshen's Jeep was "T-boned" by a van running a red light, the CFL Hall of Famer sustained such severe brain damage it was a wonder he survived. When he finally came out the his coma, all of his memories - & his ability to retain new memories - were gone. he didn't recognize his family. He had no idea who he was." Check out the scans. N° de ref. de la librería 009710

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Título: The Man Who Lost Himself: The Terry Evanshen...

Editorial: McClelland & Stewart Ltd, Toronto

Año de publicación: 2000

Encuadernación: Soft Cover

Condición del libro:Near Fine

Ejemplar firmado: Signed

Edición: First Edition First Printing

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On July 4, 1988, CFL Hall of Famer Terry Evanshen was a happily married father of three with a successful second career in sales. The day was sunny and hot, and Evanshen was driving his new Jeep Cherokee, heading home to join his family for a barbecue, when a van running a stoplight smashed into his vehicle.

For two weeks, Evanshen was in a coma, close to death. His brain had been bashed around inside his skull and starved of oxygen for a crucial few moments. When he awoke, he did not recognize his wife Lorraine, or his daughters or his friends. He did not know who he was. Every memory of his life until the accident had been destroyed, his ability to remember new things wiped out, and his personality largely annihilated. The football player who had fumbled the ball only three times in his fourteen-year career now could not catch at all.

In The Man Who Lost Himself, June Callwood describes Evanshen’s slow, difficult struggle to build a sense of who he is. The compelling story she tells is about how the exceptionally strong love of his wife and daughters (and dog, Rebel) helped Evanshen through long years of frustration and rage. It’s a story about how the brain works and the effects of brain damage on personality and identity. It’s a story about how today Terry Evanshen is managing a third successful career, giving motivational speeches at conventions and company gatherings, telling his audience how he overcame perhaps the most immense obstacle anyone could ever face.

The Man Who Lost Himself is a fascinating and inspiring and unflinchingly honest story told by one of Canada’s most skilful and compassionate writers.

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Over the last 49 years our love of books has grown into a large eclectic library. It is now evolved into a full-time occupation of buying and selling daily. New books are added as older ones are sold.

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