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No One's Perfect

by Hirotada Ototake

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No One's Perfect is an autobiography of a disabled man, who recalls his previous experiences of hardships confronted in a society lacking in acceptance of disabled people. It contains pictures of him without any arms or legs. Recommended for those doing autobiographies for wide reading because its relatively easy to talk about. The character, Oto, is interesting as he is shown to be a courageous man who attempts to break down the barriers society has against disabled people through campaigns in his local community. ( )
  TLHelen | Nov 5, 2012 |
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