The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism - I'm Right Here - Afterword Summary & Analysis

Naoki Higashida
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This section consists of a short story called I’m Right Here. A young boy named Shun suddenly notices that people on the street are giving him an icy stare. He goes home and his mother gives him the same cold look so he runs outside and goes to a park, where he thinks back over his day and realizes there is a gap in his memory. He returns home, but his parents do not seem to see him. He meets an old man who tells him he was hit by a car earlier and died. Shun begins to cry as the memory gradually returns. The man leads him to heaven, where he meets God and realizes that his body has disappeared. Shun is sent back to his home, where he silently apologizes to his grieving mother, who tells his...

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