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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time By Mark Haddon Sometimes people are born with disabilities but its the communities that handicap them -Anonymous explains Christophers situation in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time The quote is saying how there are people who have disabilities but that doesnt mean they are incapable of acting in a normal way What makes a person incapable of doing something is the people around him who he is affected by Christopher has a disability but what contributes to his disability is the people around him The people he knows contribute to his disorder whether they realize that or not They may cause anxiety or make him not trust anyone and they give him less credit than he deserves Christopher is categorized as a boy with autism so the outside world only views him as a boy with autism and does not realize what he is capable of doing and his talents making him seem handicapped Christopher does have a disability but his society cant see his potential Another quote which relates to Christopher is you see but you do not observe -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle This quote is saying how you can see something as a whole and logically but you do not carefully see the pieces Christopher is able to see everything as long as it is all logic yet he misses the little pieces which put everything together Especially about people and emotions Christopher does not understand emotions and people he can see that someone is surprised but he wouldnt make anything of that He saw that Mrs Shears kept coming over and staying the night but he didnt think anything of that either He can see the idea but he cant see the effect
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