Born on a Blue Day: Inside the Extraordinary Mind of an Autistic Savant Setting & Symbolism

Daniel Tammet
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Lithuania

After graduating high school, Daniel decides that he does not want to continue his education by attending a University. Instead, he answers an ad for volunteers to work in underdeveloped countries. Daniel is accepted into the program and placed in a small town in Lithuania. There he teaches English and tutors students. Lithuania becomes a special place for Daniel. He meets several new friends and even learns the language so that he is able to converse with the local people. The experience of moving so far away from home greatly affects Daniel. He learns more about himself and his abilities to cope with new situations.

Books

Daniel is obsessed with books. One of his favorite places to visit to feel comforted is a library. As a child, Daniel would check books out of the library or spend hours pouring over dictionaries and encyclopedias. During his school years...

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