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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Study Guide Chapter 131 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 131 Summary

Christopher treats the reader to a treatise on why he doesn’t like yellow and brown. Among his reasons are the things that are yellow: custard, bananas—which also turn brown—yellow flowers that give him hay fever and sweet corn, “which comes out in your poo so you shouldn’t eat it at all like leaves and grass.” Brown offends because it is the color of dirt, gravy and poo. Wood is also brown, and it’s not good because machinery was once made of wood, and it broke. Also, wood gets rotten, and worms crawl in it. He doesn’t like Melissa Brown, a girl at school who tore up his big picture of an astronaut. Some people tell him this is silly, and maybe it is sort of, but lots of people have favorite colors.

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