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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 229 Summary

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Chapter 229 Summary

While sleeping, Christopher has one of his favorite, and perhaps most chilling, dreams. In his dream, almost everyone on earth dies from a virus. This is not like other viruses, but like a computer virus. It spreads “because of the meaning of something an infected member says and the meaning of what they do with their faces.” People can contract the illness from watching people on television, and once they get it, they just sit on the sofa in front of the TV and do nothing. They don’t eat or drink, so they die. Eventually, the only people left alive are those who don’t look at other people’s faces and who don’t know what the facial expressions mean. Then, says Christopher, he can go anywhere in the world, and no one will touch him or ask him questions.

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