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Analisis Of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
Setting:
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time” takes place in the year 1998 in and around the town of Swindon in England. It’s a typical small-town neighborhood, where everybody knows everybody. The main character lives in a medium size house with a nice garden. His school has a nice environment, and from the description it seems that Christopher likes it – especially his teacher Siobhan whom he talks too very well. Financially, it seems that the family is middleclass, they don’t to have too much or too little money. Their main form of income is Christopher’s father heating maintenance and boiler repair business. Even though ...view middle of the document...

In the book Christopher finds and a bunch of letters addressed to himself. When he looks closer he can see that they are from his long lost mother. His father now decides to tell Christopher the truth about his mother; that she lives in London with his neighbor’s ex-husband. Christopher was very disappointed that his father had not told him the truth earlier. Christopher decides to travel to London to find his mother.
Climax: Christopher’s autusim made the journey to London quite stressful, but finally, he reaches and is reunited with his mother.

Conclusion: Christopher moves in with Mother, successfully completes his A-level test in math, and begins to reestablish trust with Father. He recalls all that he has accomplished over the course of the novel and sets out a series of goals for the future.

Characterization:
The main character of the novel name is Christopher Boone and he is fifteen years old. He is both the main character as well as the narrator. He suffers from autism, which has made him mathematically gifted, but socially challenged. His love for math stems from his living way of living; everything has to be in order before his brain can function optimally....

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