Curious Incident

Curious Incident

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  • "The dog was dead. There was a garden fork sticking out of the dog. The points of the fork must have gone all the way through the dog and into the ground because the fork had not fallen over." (Curious Incident, 1)
  • "But Mrs. Alexander still didn’t answer. Instead, she asked me a question. She said, 'So you don’t know?' And I said, 'Don’t know what?' She replied, 'Christopher, look, I probably shouldn’t be telling you this.' Then she said, 'Perhaps we should take a little walk in the park together. This is not the place to be talking about this kind of thing.” (Curious Incident, 59)
  • "So I went into his bedroom and opened up the cupboard and lifted the toolbox off the top of the shirt box and opened the shirt box. I counted the letters. There were 43 of them. They were all addressed to me in the same handwriting. I took one out and opened it." (Curious Incident, 104)
  • "Father rubbed his face with his hands and pulled his chin down with his fingers and stared at the wall. I could see him out of the corner of my eye. And he said, 'I killed Wellington, Christopher.” (Curious Incident, 120)  
  • "And Mother came into the garden and Mr. Shears was with her, and the other voice was his.So I stood up and I said, 'You weren’t in, so I waited for you.' And Mother said, 'Christopher.' And Mr. Shears said, 'What?' And Mother put her arms around me and said, 'Christopher, Christopher, Christopher.”  (Curious Incident, 190 and 191)
  • "And then he said, 'Let’s call it… let’s call it a project. A project we have to do together. You have to spend more time with me. And I… I have to show you that you can trust me. And it will be difficult at first because… because it’s a difficult project. But it will get better. I promise.” (Curious Incident, 219)
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