Who knew? Until recently, he didn't.
"For some -- record collectors with every catalogue number at hand, theatre buffs with first-night casts memorized, children who draw precise architectural blueprints of nineteenth-century silk mills -- a cluster of facts can be both luminous and lyric, something around which to construct a life."
-- Tim Page, Personal History:
"Parallel Play": Living with Asperger's syndrome, in the latest
New Yorker (August 20, 2007)