Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger's - Chapters 27 and 28 Summary & Analysis

John Elder Robison
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Chapters 27 and 28 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 27: Married Life, there was a history of divorce in John's family. His Uncle Bob married three times. His father married twice. John himself was also married twice. His second marriage was more successful because Martha understood his condition better than his first wife. Martha was more tuned into his moods which were difficult to detect in Aspergians because they rarely showed any expression. She was always patient with him and his need to ask the same question repeatedly. Martha always had a calming and comforting effect on John.

In Chapter 28: Winning at Basketball, after John divorced and remarried, Jack spent half his time with each parent. John wanted Jack to be in the best school and the Amherst school district was one of the best. Despite all the bad memories associated with Amherst, he decided to move...

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