Famous blind persons: Literary figures
France (1985) Jean Paul Sartre (1905-1980)
Franch author and philosopher and a major figure of France post-war intellectual. He was awarded 
the Nobel Prize for literature in 1964 but turned it down. At the age of 4 he suffered from influenza
and developed a right leucoma which led to exotropia.
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