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Friday, November 12, 2010

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

~so i realized that i did the blog on the protagonist rather than the antagonist, so here's blog #2~

There really isn't an antagonist. If there were I would personify the colors yellow. Chris hates the color yellow. He refuses to eat anything yellow and brown. If he sees so many yellow cars in a row it determines the terribleness of the day. Yellow doesn't try to do anything to Chris, it's just that Chris really hates yellow. The only other antagonist there might be is Chris's dad. He didn't do anything wrong, but Chris is so scared that he might kill him that he goes and buys a train ticket to live with his mom. Chris's dad probably won't kill him though. His dad doesn't want to do anything to hurt his son so there's really nothing to justify. He also can't be satisfied if he doesn't want to do any harm.

1 comment:

  1. So could you say that Chris' autism also works as the antagonist in this story? Or is the "murderer" the antagonist?


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