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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 113 Summary

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Chapter 113 Summary

Christopher reveals, not surprisingly perhaps, that his memory is like a video player, only it has a smelltrack as well as a soundtrack. He says that he can roll the memory film back to any moment in time and replay it exactly as it occurred. He says it’s more like DVD, though, than a VCR, because he doesn’t have to roll back through all of the film to get to the place he is going. For instance, if someone asks him what his mother was like, he can roll back to a specific incident and recall all of the details. If he rolls back to a happy incident, it makes him feel better. He acknowledges that other people have pictures in their heads too, but they are different because all of his head pictures are of things that actually happened—with nothing imaginary. His...

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