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Friday, November 12, 2010

Fallan Stark
the curious incident of the dog in the night-time
mark haddon
pg 158

Chris found out the truth about Wellington's death and the truth about his mother. He is scared of his father, because he think he might kill him, and decided that he would run away and live with his mother. He packed some food that hung out in his shed for awhile and figured out what to do. Then he wen't to the train and bought a ticket. He has not arrived at his mothers house or lived there yet, so whether he lives there is unable to be justified. However, his decision to move in with his mother might be silly because his father most likely will not kill him. But I understand if the kid is truly spooked; then thats a reason to act that way. He may feel safer if he moves in with his mom. It depends on how he feels about the situation, whether he'd be satisfied. I think he would because he wouldn't be scared anymore, unless his mothers house appears dangerous.

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