Babes and Sucklings

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Wildside Press LLC, 2008 - Fiction - 308 pages
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Philip Gordon Wylie (1902-1971) was a U.S. author. His novel "Gladiator" (1930) partially inspired the comic-book character Superman; his "The Savage Gentleman" (1932) inspired the pulp-fiction character Doc Savage. Another notable work is "When Worlds Collide" (cowritten with Edwin Balmer).
 

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Philip Wylie sought a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome at the age of 51 after reading an article about autism in an accountancy magazine and having a "Eureka" moment! He previously worked as Finance Director and Company Secretary of a British offshore bank, before relocating to Thailand where he began personal study of psychology and complementary healing practices on his path to self-realisation. Before and since receiving his diagnosis he has researched autism extensively and undertaken a survey into late diagnosis with Autonomy Autism Services and writing projects for the NAS, UK.

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