The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
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The paper examines the setbacks and advances of the main character, Christopher, in the Thomas Haddon novel "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time." The story is about an autistic fifteen-year-old trying to solve a murder-mystery. The paper explains his advances and setbacks during the course of the novel.
From the Paper:"The fifteen-year-old narrator of "The Curious Incident" Christopher Boone experiences many advances and setbacks during the events of the novel. From his calm ordered routine at home in Swindon to the terrifying inaccessible chaos of London, Christopher undergoes a series of advances and setbacks. Christopher's adventures to discover who killed his neighbor's dog are motivated by his autistic preoccupation with logic order and deduction."
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