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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 97 Summary

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Chapter 97 Summary

“But it isn’t the end of the book,” declares Christopher, “because the next day I saw five red cars in a row,” which makes it a Super Good Day. That, of course means that something special is going to happen that day, and since nothing special happens at school, it has to be something to do with Wellington. When Christopher gets home, he goes down to the local store to get some licorice laces and a Milky Bar. When he gets there, he sees Mrs. Alexander’s dachshund, Ivor, tethered to a pole outside the store. While he is playing with Ivor, Mrs. Alexander comes out of the store and engages him in conversation.

Realizing that the conversation with Mrs. Alexander is the special thing that is to happen to him today, Christopher creates an elaborate rationalization of the situation, concluding that he is not breaking...

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