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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 223 Summary

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Chapter 223 Summary

Christopher begins this chapter with the declaration, “And this is another description because Siobhan said I should do descriptions and it is a description of the advert on the wall of the little train station opposite me, but I can’t remember all of it because I thought I was going to die.” The most interesting part of the advert, in Christopher’s eyes, is a picture of two orangutans hanging in a tree, which he illustrates for his readers in his book.

Chapter 223 Analysis

Chapter 223 serves to underscore the extent of Christopher’s stress. The most poignant comment is, “I thought I was going to die.”

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