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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Study Guide Chapter 149 Summary & Analysis

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On Monday at school, Siobhan asks about Christopher’s cuts and bruises from his quarrel with Father. He tells her about the fight, about his father grabbing him and about him hitting his father. She asks if he is afraid to go home, and he replies that he is not. Once he gets home, Christopher gets the key to the back door from the “little jar that looks like a nun” and goes out to look in the dust bin to retrieve his book, but it is not there. He also looks in the compost, with no results, and he hopes that Father didn’t take his book down to one of the big trash bins down the street, because then he would never see it again.

Christopher mounts an exhaustive search of the house until he finally reaches Father’s bedroom. In Father’s dresser and...

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