A Real Person: Life on the Outside

A Real Person Life on the Outside A beautifully written autobiography that gives unique insight into what it means to be autistic constantly afraid a preference for the safety of solitude a tendency towards obsessive behaviour that

  • Title: A Real Person: Life on the Outside
  • Author: Gunilla Gerland
  • ISBN: 9780285636620
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • A beautifully written autobiography that gives unique insight into what it means to be autistic constantly afraid, a preference for the safety of solitude, a tendency towards obsessive behaviour that provides relief She writes simply and frankly about her attempts to find a way for herself when everything she did felt to be at odds with everyone around her The story ofA beautifully written autobiography that gives unique insight into what it means to be autistic constantly afraid, a preference for the safety of solitude, a tendency towards obsessive behaviour that provides relief She writes simply and frankly about her attempts to find a way for herself when everything she did felt to be at odds with everyone around her The story of her realisation that despite her differences she is, in fact, a real person For those who are not autistic his book will come as a revelation, while it will be of great help to other autistic people, their families and professionals working with them.

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    • This was a terrible translation. There were several spelling mistakes, and unbearably bizarre translations of common expressions. I have no idea whether the book would be worth reading in the original language, because this was one long exercise in frustration.

    • Inget litterärt mästerverk, men en återgivelse av en riktig människas rätt tragiska uppväxt och vägen till att förstå sig själv. Intressant och tankeväckande. En bekräftelse på att vi alla människor är väldigt olika och med lärdomen att alla är värda att tas på allvar. Rekommenderas till alla som vill lära sig se människor för vem de är, som vill lära sig förstå och skapa rum för olikhet.

    • This novel was quite boring actually. I learnt more about Aspergers or high-functioning autism when I read "The curious incident of the dog in the night-time" by Mark Haddon. The latter is much better.

    • Very interesting. Some things quite familiar, others totally odd. A unique book.

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