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Literature presentation

The curious incident of the dog in the night-time
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Judith Lee

on 15 February 2013

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The curious incident
of the dog in the night-time What happened in the book? Stream of consciousness About Author Parenthood of sick children - Working with disablities
- Creating illustrations Mark Haddon His two occupations - A narrative mode
- Interior monologue The dog whose name is Willington was killed. Christopher decided to investigate who killed Wellington and write the book about this. After a big conflict with his father, Christopher found letter from his mother and understood that she is alive and she excaped from family with new lover. Father confessed that he killed Wellington and Christopher was so scared of his father so he decided to go to London to meet his mother. Mother and Christopher went back to their small city and father tried to rebuild trustful relationship with his son. what is Autism? Can you imagine your life if you can't understand other people's emotions and express yours? CONFUSION To hesitate To sacrifice To endure To overcome Main Aspects of Autism a) social impairments b) communication difficulties c) stereotyped patterns of behaviour To feel hopeless 1. Prime number
2. Metaphor
3. Aneurysm
4. Win the car game
5. Sherlock Homes
6. Fairies
7. Population of frogs
8. Constelletion Orion
9. Conway's soldiers Conclusion An overcoming process All characters tried to conquer difficulties
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