The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Essay

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In the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time A pretty big theme is math. The math that is presented in the book is very interesting and makes the book very unique from other books, but it is also kinda hard to follow and sometimes makes the text difficult to read. Having to get used to his chapter system, the random equations he puts in there, and not really needed insight on maths made it an interesting read, to say the least. When I first started reading this book it was difficult to start out because of how interesting his text is. He tends to like to put random stuff into the text that is kinda relevant but not really. For example, when he started to talk about the prime numbers and how he “... decided to give (the) chapters prime numbers because (he) likes prime numbers.”(pg. 11) Now for me, I like math so I find that interesting, but it was also hard to figure out how far you were in the book and his chapters were set up weirdly because they were in the middle of the pages. Even though they were all complete thoughts there would be a single paragraph …show more content…

103) which doesn't make any sense and is to me, very displeased. I have no idea why he would put something like this right here and I think that it would have worked better in a different spot instead of right in the middle of a different story where math has nothing to do with

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