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The author does explain this, but not until quite late on - which might leave some innocents wondering when data is going to come into the story. The whole first part of the book is essentially about the special methods and you will understand Python much better after reading it.
All of the chapters have examples that illustrate the ideas or the problems that some feature of Python attempts to solve.
These usually amount to personal notes and recollections from the author of who did what and why in the Python community. It all helps to make you feel more part of the whole. If you have only "just used" Python then it also makes you see that it isn't the random collection of language features that some criticise it for being.
Part II is on Data Structures and covers sequences, tuples, dictionaries, sets and text and bytes. At the end of reading it you will no longer be mystified as to why Python has tuples and Unicode will no longer frighten you - ok it will but not quite as much. Part III is called Functions as Objects and it covers why any language, Python in particular that has first class functions needs to do things differently. We start off with a discussion of what a first class function is and then move on to how this changes the classical design patterns.
This is deep and certainly deserves to be better known.