Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic - Page 90 through 104 Summary & Analysis

Donna Williams
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Page 90 through 104 Summary and Analysis

Like her brother, Garry's sister takes most of Donna's earnings. There is never much food in the house and Donna has no money to buy food at work. Fellow workers notice she is not eating and share their food with her. Their kindness brings Donna to tears. Donna returns home for a short time before her mother insists that she move by herself to a flat. She is harassed one night by three boys after which she attempts suicide by cutting her wrists. The cuts are not deep but when she visits Robyn, her mother notices the cuts and takes her to the hospital. There, she is required to visit a psychiatrist named Mary. Mary tells her that there is a very frightened little girl living inside her.

Donna moves from one flat to another, never staying more than...

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