Mark Vonnegut And Christopher Nolan Essay

2006 Words Oct 20th, 2015 null Page
One in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. They experience something that no one could understand. Two of these people tried to show how is it like to be a mental disorder invalid. Mark Vonnegut and Christopher Nolan. These two men had mental issues, but they managed to survive. One of them is a happy person with his family and the other one is dead. To show what they went through, they wrote a book. In their books they tried to make it understandable for normal people to feel how is it like, to be in their place.
Mark Vonnegut, son of famous Kurt Vonnegut was a normal person until he was done with college. There wasn’t any sign of illness and he was enjoying his youth years. On the other hand Christopher Nolan was born with a mental disorder due to lack of oxygen during his birth. He hadn’t been able to move his body. He just had this ability to move his head and his eyes, he wasn’t even able to talk. Vonnegut realizes there’s something off about him after he was done with college and he was on a journey with his girlfriend and friends, while Nolan realizes his abnormality when he was three. Both of them were faced with difficulties of mental issues, but that didn’t stop them from fighting for a normal life. They wrote their books to show how they fought their illness and to prove that it’s not the end of the world if you have a disability or a mental breakdown. They “want people to loosen up and tell…

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