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Conflicts in 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time'
Transcript of Conflicts in 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time'
Christopher finds himself wondering 'who might have killed this dog' after finding Mrs. Shears' dead dog. Man vs. Man
Christopher is taken into custody after being accused of killing Wellington. Man vs. Himself
Christopher no longer trusts his dad after finding out he had killed Wellington. Man vs. Himself
Christopher is in London but must now get to his moms house. He has some trouble talking to people so he encounters some difficult tasks along the way. Man vs. Man
Christopher was escaping from his dad and was on the train when a police officer tried to take him back. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 P. 120
Christopher is shocked when he finds out that it was his dad who had killed Wellington (Mrs. Shears' dog). P. 18
Christopher is released from custody after his dad comes down to the police station to get him and they clear his name. P.215
After reaching his mother, Christopher eventually finds out that he needs to speak with his dad and trust him again. Mr. Boone (Christopher's dad) ended up buying Christopher a dog to show that he can be trusted again. P. 211
Christopher ended up staying in a cupboard in the bathroom of the train to hide from the police man and get all the way to London "safely". P. 184
After talking to some people in the subway stations Christopher ends up getting a map and finding his way to his moms house. It was scary for him though and probably for the people too after their close encounter with him and his rat, Toby. THE END. A presentation by Jordan Arsenault Inc.