Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic - Pages 105 through 119 Summary & Analysis

Donna Williams
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Pages 105 through 119 Summary and Analysis

As clever as Willie and Carol are in shielding Donna, it is essential that Donna be present during therapy since she is the only one who understands her world. Donna is insulted when Carol is given a prescription for schizophrenia. Carol takes a handful of the pills and drinks a dangerous amount of Cognac after which Mary takes Donna off the pills. Donna becomes so panicked one day that she rushes away from work to find Mary. When she gets to her office, she initially cannot say or even remember Mary's name. Mary tells Donna that she had a panic attack. Donna sobs as Mary stirs memories of the three-year-old Donna who felt abandoned by her father and grandfather.

At the age of eighteen, Donna has been seeing Mary for a year. She wants to go back to school...

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