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Unformatted text preview: investigate on his own. But doing so, Christopher also had to overcome his autism, where he had to talk with his neighbors, many of whom he never met before. Christopher’s autistic condition is the also hidden force behind his determinism of finding Wellington’s killer, where he discovered the secret letters written by his mother, who supposedly died of a heart attack told by Christopher’s father, and the reason behind why his father killed Wellington. Due to the fact that his father concealed the truth to him, Christopher lost all trust in his father and planned his escape in order to live with his mother. The fictional character Christopher, from The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time have taught us a import lesson in life, where if you are truly determined to reach your goal, you can overcome all the obstacles that you might face, no matter what life brings you....
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- Fall '07
- The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Asperger syndrome, Christopher, Christopher Boone