The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time Analysis

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“Things come apart so easily when they have been held together with lies,” Dorothy Allisa once said. When a person realizes part or even their whole life has been based on lies, even if it is to protect them, they lose trust, and don 't feel safe around the people who betray them. In “The curious incident of the dog in the night-time,” a novel by Mark Haddon, Christopher´s life experiences a drastic change after the death of his neighbor´s dog.

Christopher is not like any ordinary kid. He doesn 't like to interact with normal people, he can´t identify when someone is speaking sarcastically or if they are making a joke. He finds talking with people pointless. The best way to describe him is like an outsider to society. Even though, he has social problems, his work with numbers is impressive. Christopher finds math amusing, entertaining and simple. As odd as this kid sounds he´s moral values are admiral. He is honest and always does the right thing according to his logic.

When the neighbors dog is found dead Christopher´s first instinct is to find the culprit, since the person who killed a dog might be extremely dangerous.He starts to investigate in order to write a book that he has been working on. However, when his dad finds out about his investigation, he gets furious, and forbids him to continue the investigation. Christopher disobeys him and continues to look for information. When his dad founds his notes he loses his temper and takes his notes away. After this he
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