When I Walk | Chicago Reader

When I Walk

Jason DaSilva documents his first six years with multiple sclerosis, charting his struggle to keep working as his body deteriorates. This feels less like a proper memoir than a personal blog: DaSilva is admirably honest about his condition, though the presentation is often amateurish and his insights can be banal ("Visiting my grandfather made me think of my family history and what my future might bring"). As a public service, however, this is quite successful, presenting in intimate, straightforward terms the challenges of living with physical disabilities.

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