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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 211 Summary

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Chapter 211 Summary

Still hunkered down on the luggage shelf, Christopher worries that the train may have already stopped at London and is frightened that he might have missed his stop. Someone else goes in and out of the toilet, and Christopher can smell their poo. It is different from the poo he smelled in the toilet before. He withdraws again, closes his eyes and does more math puzzles in his head. He recalls that there is a map of England on the wall at school, reconstructs it in his head and calculates time and distance from Swindon to London. Then, he realizes the flaw in his calculations because he doesn’t know if the train track runs straight to London or if it makes a “big curve.”

The train makes several more stops, but Christopher stays put. He has several encounters with other passengers, the most humorous being with...

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