The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime Character Analysis

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People of all ages are familiar with the human change because humans are evolving all the time. Change can be scary for those who do not accept it and can not learn to adapt to the change of those around. A friend may change or even a character in a book will change. The development of a character will typically include how the person changes on the outside and inside. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon displays to readers how a character 's motives can be the most influential when it comes to the change of a character. With the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Mark Haddon demonstrates that dramatic events and plot twists end up affecting Christopher 's new motives in his own life. Christopher thinks his life is simple, until a couple of incidents occur in his life that will change his idea of what he believes to want in his own life. This ends up causing Christopher to go out of his comfort zone and change his whole mentality in life. From the time he is with his dad, till the time he runs away from home, and until Christopher finally finds out the real truth about his mother. Christopher is a character whose…show more content…
People go through lots of certain events in their lifetime, but being lied to for most or your life, does it make sense for Christopher 's mentality to drastically change as it did? Does it make sense that he run away cause he 's so mentally confused? He thought his life was perfect, safe and honest. When Christopher thinks that his life is simple and everything is perfect, what he doesn’t realize is what really is hiding from him when he lives his so-called “simple” life. Everyone is lied to at one point or another in their lives and it does break their trust with the other person, although a lie that could ruin your life because you didn’t know will change your perspective on life. Just as Christopher has changed when he finds out about how his father has killed wellington
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