Following an assault that results in a severe head injury, a newspaper editor develops aphasia and must struggle through the lengthy rehabilitative process necessary to re-learn even basic speech and literary skills.
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Dr. Konrad Styner
The object in point, a microscopic cross-section of a neuron. A nerve cell. The case in point, Frank Elwin Sommers. He's 49 years of age, married, and a father. A newspaperman for 30 years, Sommers is the night editor of a metropolitan morning paper. He's a careful, systematic man whose life centers around his home and his family. He takes every reasonable precaution to keep himself in good physical condition. But it's debatable that a man has much to say about his destiny. In a very short time...