The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Essay | Essay

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The Curious Incident of Dog at the Night-time: Christopher as a Character

Summary: Analyzes "The Curious Incident of Dog at the Night-Time" by Mark Haddon. Provides a character study of Christopher. Describes what the reader learns about the character.
The main character of the book "The curious incident of the dog at night-time" is a fifteen-year-old, autistic boy Christopher Boone. He lives with his father in the house Nr. 36 on the Randolph Street.

From the first pages of the book we understand that Christopher is different from other teenagers. Instead of taking part in the activities that most teenagers are interested, he plays with his little rat Toby and walks down the street in the middle of the night when all the normal people are asleep.

Christopher has a different view of the world. He has a very mathematical brain structure. If something is not explained to him in a proper logical way, he will think about it for a long trying to find out all the possible meanings of what was said to him. For example he can be pondering if the sign "don't walk on...

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