Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic - Pages 15 through 29 Summary & Analysis

Donna Williams
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Pages 15 through 29 Summary and Analysis

Donna has fleeting memories of being in the park on the see-saw. She loved a little girl in her neighborhood named Lina. She loved Lina's mother, too, who treated Donna in a sweet and gentle way. Another neighbor, Carol, finds Donna in the park one day, swinging from a tree. Carol brings Donna home with her where Carol's mother washes the garish make-up that Donna had applied to her face. She has a drink with Carol and is destroyed inside when Carol brings her back to the park. She never sees her again but she keeps Carol as her friend by making her the "girl in the mirror" and later, Donna even became Carol. She wants her mother to turn into Carol's mother but that does not happen.

Since "Carol" comes from the mirror, Donna tries for years to...

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