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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 109 Summary

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Chapter 109 Summary

The next day, Christopher takes his book to school and shows it to Siobhan, who reads it during recess. After she has read it, she asks Christopher if he has told his father what Mrs. Alexander told him about his mother’s affair with Mr. Shears. Because he has promised Mrs. Alexander that he wouldn’t tell his father, he replies that no, he has not. Siobhan says that is a good thing. Siobhan asks if Christopher feels sad about what he has learned, and he replies that he does not. She asks Christopher if he is lying, and he says that he never lies. Siobhan says that sometimes we are sad, but we don’t tell others because we want to keep our sadness private. Christopher insists that he is not sad and that it would be illogical for him to be sad because his mother...

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