Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Donna Williams
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• As a child, one of Donna's first memories was of seeing light which, when she looked closely, contained many spots.

• She was "echolalic" or repetitively said words until she reaches four years old.

• There were signs of malnutrition in the young Donna.

• Her parents took her to the doctor suspecting she had leukemia.
• Donna counted only a few people who were not her enemies such as her grandparents, her father and her Aunty Linda.

• The fights Donna's parents had over her fractured their relationship.

• Her mother eventually deteriorated from isolation and alcohol.

• As a little girl Donna had two imaginary friends---the wisps and a pair of green eyes she called Willie who hid under her bed.

Pages 15 through 29

• Donna had fleeting memories of being in the park on the see-saw.

• She loved a little girl in her neighborhood named Lina.

• Another neighbor, a nice girl named...

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