Daniel Tammet Writing Styles in Born on a Blue Day: Inside the Extraordinary Mind of an Autistic Savant

Daniel Tammet
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Perspective

Daniel Tammet is undeniably an expert on himself. He is also a man very educated on a variety of other things. He understands the intricacies of his savant syndrome almost better than the many notable researchers who study it. Throughout the book, Daniel provides the reader with explanations of certain aspects of savant syndrome and Asperger's syndrome. He does so in a mostly non-clinical, conversational tone so that the reader is able to gain a better understanding of his world.

Daniel tells the reader why he decided to write a book about his life. In the final few paragraphs of the first chapter, Daniel states that writing this book has given him "some perspective" on how far he has come in his life despite numerous obstacles. When Daniel was born, the doctor's held out little hope that he would progress to become a highly functioning adult. At the...

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