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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Study Guide Chapter 73 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 73 Summary

Christopher reveals that things were not all peace and love between Father and Mother. Sometimes he thought that they might get a divorce and that his “Behavioral Problems” were the cause of much of the stress. In his obsessive manner, Christopher provides a detailed inventory (with footnotes) of his behavioral problems, which include not talking to people, not wanting to be touched, screaming, smashing thing, not smiling and not noticing when people are angry with him. His mother used to say things such as, “Jesus, Christopher, I’m seriously thinking of putting you in a home,” or “You are going to drive me to an early grave.”

Chapter 73 Analysis

It is clear by now that the mystery of Wellington and the garden fork is purely tangential to the real story of what life is like in the family, the neighborhood and the cranium of a genius adolescent...

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