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We read articles in the newspapers written by mothers who have one or sometimes more than one autistic child. We speculate whether these disorders are on the increase in our society or if they are simply better diagnosed at this time in history. We wonder what `causes' autism, and what it might be which goes so wrong at the beginning of life and development. Is autism, for instance, the result of brain damage, or even a byproduct of a vaccination? Secretly and rather guiltily we might wonder if mothers `cause' autism in their children.
Freud 1939: 114) The implications of this are explored in ®ctional form in the second prize-winning book on the topic of autistic disorder: the novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon (2003). Christopher, the narrator, aged 15 and a sufferer from Asperger Syndrome or some unnamed high functioning autistic disorder, struggles both with language and with his fear of his father. At times the two seem linked. Christopher possesses a highly sophisticated mathematical intelligence.
At times the two seem linked. Christopher possesses a highly sophisticated mathematical intelligence. He will take his maths A level examination at the age of 15 and will probably get a grade A. He understands prime numbers, he has a photographic memory and he can understand and demonstrate the Monty Hall problem ± a maths problem which has defeated many of the world's mathematical experts. He sees through the stereotypical view of his teacher that his love of maths has anything to do with `safety': Mr Jeavons said that I liked maths because it was safe.