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Kim Peek Described as a confounding mixture of disability and brilliance, Kim is in love with knowledge. Kim Peek is probably the world's most famous savant. Kim was diagnosed as being mentally retarded at birth, but with father Fran's unflagging support he has developed a memory that is without equal.
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Kim has lived here all of his life. The local library is Kim's favorite place in the world. Kim devours books on anything and everything, as many as eight in a day. He reads at a phenomenal rate, a page that may take you or I three minutes will take Kim about 10 seconds.
He has 15 subject areas but about the only thing he can't do is, he can't reason out mathematical problems. Neurologist Dr. Elliott Sherr What is it that makes Kim's brain work in such an extraordinary way, and do his disabilities, in some way, enhance his memory?
In California, Kim has been invited to take part in a study at the University of California. Elliott Sherr begins by going over Kim's background. This is something of a sore point as the first neurologist Kim saw, when he was only a baby, took 5 minutes to dismiss him as a hopeless case who should Steinbeck's novel "Of Mice and Men" cannot accurately be compared in effectiveness of its themes with the movie Rainman.
The importance of each theme differs in both- in Steinbeck's novel, loneliness is the most dominant theme, and in Rainman the major theme is friendship. Levinson and Steinbeck both do a brilliant job at showing the major themes in both materials to the greatest of their potential, and the minor themes are somewhat overpowered because of this.
One extremely clever way that Steinbeck has more effectively conveyed the theme of loneliness to the reader is by never letting the characters develop or change in "Of Mice and Men". Very early in the novel we are introduced to George and Lennie as they are about to start new jobs on the ranch.
The reader is made aware directly that Lennie has a mental disability, and really has no attachment to anyone or anything except George. Throughout the novel, this fact never changes. Lennie's disability never alters, and he only cares for George.
George is also never developed in the story. He feels greatly burdened by the responsibility of caring for Lennie. On page 7, he says, "I could get along so easy and nice if I didn't have you on my tail. This mindset of wishing for more than he has continues throughout the novel.
As well as wishing to not have to look after Lennie, he and Lennie share aMar 19, · View Homework Help - Rainman-ppt from HEALTH Health at Pflugerville H S. MOVIE CHARACTER PRESENTATION RAIN MAN An Overview Using the Functional Health Assessment Alpitabahen Patel March94%(16).
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