Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic - Page 60 through 74 Summary & Analysis

Donna Williams
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Page 60 through 74 Summary and Analysis

Donna is frightened when she enters the country home where she stays for a brief time. The continuous carpet seems like long snakes to her. It is difficult for her to tell if she is talking or the words or just in her mind. The country life is good for her. She begins to fall in love with the sky, the flowers, and the trees. She can actually feel pain when she pulls her hair. Her stay is short and her mother comes for her. Unhappy to be home again, Donna uses the carpet in her room as her urinal. When her mother discovers it, she buys a baby's potty chair and insists she use that. She refuses to and begins holding as long as she can as a means of keeping control.

At a new school, Donna wanders...

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