Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger's - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

John Elder Robison
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Chapter 29 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 29: My Life as A Train, John always loved trains. His grandfather and father did as well. His son, Jack, seemed to have inherited the same attraction for them. For John the appeal of the train was on a very personal level. His mother often read him the story of "The Little Engine That Could" to him when he was a young boy. He loved the part when the engine struggled to get up the hill and kept repeating, "I think I can! I think I can!" John felt like that little train all his life.

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