The Clinical View Versus the Narrative View Individuals with autism are very much in the public eye. These days, anyone versed in the comings and goings of everyday culture will have heard of autism (and/or Asperger syndrome) 1—and doubtless knows something about it. Misconceptions also abound. But given that autism [Book Review]

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