My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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My Early Life

• Tesla was asked by a magazine to write about his inventions, and he decided to include one about his early years.

• He was a bit reluctant to do this as he was ashamed of suppressing his talents in his youth.
• His brother died at a young age, and this devastated his parents. Tesla felt like he was growing in the shadow of his dead brother.

• He used to get vivid hallucinations of past memories. He would conjure other images to combat them.
• His father was a mathematics professor who would drill him on math and memory questions.

• Tesla said he got all of his creativity from his mother. He said all his practicality came from his father.
• Tesla discovered that all mental thoughts came from outer stimuli. He hoped to be able to control the mind by using these stimuli.

• He had strange aversions to...

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