Donna Williams Writing Styles in Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic

Donna Williams
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The autobiographical book, "Nobody Nowhere" by Donna Williams, is written in the first-person narrative. No one other that the author could convey the pain and fear that she experienced throughout her life due to the debilitating condition known as autism. Although Williams does not provide a clinical nor medical analysis of the condition, she provides a personal description of autism that to many remains mysterious in nature and to others is unknown at best or vastly misunderstood at worst.

The astonishing fact that a person with obviously severe autistic disabilities can communicate to millions of people for now and into the future by virtue of the book she wrote. She is a highly functioning autistic person but to be able to overcome such barriers and organize her thoughts enough to write a book with clarity is mind-bending. The vocabulary she uses and the understanding of a condition that...

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