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In this unprecedented book, Grandin delivers a report from the country of autism.
Its incidence is about one in a thousand, and it occurs throughout the world, its features remarkably consistent even in extremely different cultures.
Kanner and Asperger were still, in the nineteen-seventies, pondering the syndromes they had delineated more than thirty years earlier, and the foremost workers of today have all spent twenty years or more considering them.
Autism as a subject touches on the deepest questions of ontology, for it involves a radical deviation in the development of brain and mind.
What emerges in Thinking in Pictures is the document of an extraordinary human being, one who, in gracefully and lucidly bridging the gulf between her condition and our own, sheds light on the riddle of our common identity.
From the Trade Paperback edition.3.5 stars Temple Grandin is autistic, and grew up to earn a Ph D in animal science. in animal science from the University of Illinois, and has designed one third of all the livestock-handling facilities in the United States, and many in other countries.
And now, finally, I was on my way to Fort Collins, in Colorado, to see Temple Grandin, one of the most remarkable autistic people of all: in spite of her autism, she holds a Ph. in animal science, teaches at Colorado State University, and runs her own business.