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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Study Guide Chapter 83 Summary & Analysis

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Christopher digresses to inform his readers that he would like to be an astronaut, and he tells us why he would make a good one. He does not panic when confined to small spaces. He is good at understanding how machines work, and he wouldn’t get homesick because he would be surrounded by things he likes. He claims that he would be comfortable because he could look out of his window and see nothing but stars, knowing that no one else was around for thousands and thousands of miles. He would enjoy the solitude, and he much prefers stars to people. He understands stars. He would like to take Toby, his pet rat, if he could find an experiment that NASA would let him do that wouldn’t hurt him, but he would go even if he couldn’t take Toby, because it would be a...

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