The Relationship, which another Mark Hadden creates, between Cristopher and his world moves his audience to a deeper understanding of autistic people. Mark Haddens novel “The curious incident of the dog in the night-time” portrays the importance of truth in challenging world. Though features show throughout the novel. Christopher’s adventure to find out how killed the neighbourhood dog Wellington creates the crime and detection genre of the novel. His relationship with society and family alters thought the novel giving us a clear picture of the struggles autistic people encounter. This moves us to a deeper understanding of Cristopher’s condition. Mark Haddon significantly portrays the concept of Cristopher’s relation to his world through the use of interesting narrative features and commination.
The value of truth shines light on the world Christopher lives in and changes our understanding of autistic people. In Cristopher’s world, lying is not an option. The closest he has ever come to lying is a white lie “I said “I was out” this is called a white lie this is where you tell the truth but not the whole truth” though Cristopher’s monotone voice, the audience can see that lying is not an option. This is portrayed when Christopher says “I was out” flatly. Christopher’s relationship with the truth is strong, but when Christopher get lied to he won’t trust the liar anymore “I killed Wellington… I thought well… shit” thought the use of colloquial language and ellipses Christopher’s father reveals the truth of the murder. This impacted on the relationship between Christopher and his father negatively, he began losing his trust in him and eventually he ran away to his mother. The Technique shows that his father was very hesitant because be because he knew that Christopher won’t take the information lightly “My dad killed Wellington which means he might kill me” says Christopher Before he runs away to his mother. Thought the value of truth we are able to see and...
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