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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 67 Summary

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Chapter 67 Summary

On Saturday, Father elects to stay home and watch a soccer match between Rumania and England instead of taking Christopher on a weekly outing. Christopher, therefore, decides to devote his day to solving the mystery of the slain dog. Overcoming a deep fear of talking to strangers, Christopher decides to question all of his neighbors about the previous night—the night Wellington was killed with a pitchfork. He makes a point that this is both new to him and a brave thing, but it is necessary because detectives must do brave things. Christopher begins his quest by drawing a diagram showing the fourteen residences in his neighborhood that are nearest to his own address. They are numbered 34 through 47. Christopher lives in No. 36. Mrs. Shears lives in No. 41. He first goes to No. 43, directly across from Mrs. Shears. Mr. Thompson is out of town, but his brother comes...

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