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D.D. Mayers autobiography is described as the story of one man’s journey from happiness to despair and back again. Dr Emmeline Burdett gives an analysis of the book drawing on disability studies theory to understand how disabled people can often imbibe a negative self-image from disability stereotypes.

The front cover of Not a Leg to Stand On by D.D. Mayers. It depicts his wife standing on a beach with sunglasses on, Mayers can be seen in the background through her legs in his wheelchair.

Cover image of Not a Leg to Stand On by D.D. Mayers.

D.D. Mayers autobiography is described as the story of one man’s journey from happiness to despair and back again. Dr Emmeline Burdett gives an analysis of the book drawing on disability studies theory to understand how disabled people can often imbibe a negative self-image from disability stereotypes.

 

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