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It would probably come as a major shock for any middle-aged adult to find out that he has a learning disorder. But what if that man was a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, and the disorder was dyslexia, which fundamentally affects one’s ability to process language? That is precisely what happened to Philip Schultz, a writer whose self-worth and self-understanding were rocked by the relatively late-in-life discovery.
In his new memoir, “My Dyslexia,” Schultz shares what it was like to grow up as a member of what he calls the “dummy class”
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