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A Curious Incident Discussion Leading

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  • 1. What’s so special abo ut the main character,Christopher? Is he aw are that he’s different? What are his skills? GROUP 1
  • 2. Descri be his relationship with his father and hisfamily’s si tuation. How does Ch ristopher establish a co nnection with other people if he doesn’t like being touched? GROUP 2
  • 3. How did he stmystery nove art his own l? Why does he like myste ry novels very much? GROUP 3
  • 4. Describe Christ opher’swriting style/t he way he narr ates his story. What e ffect d oes his detach ed mann er give to the novel? GROUP 4
  • 5. It is often be people with a lieved that condition likeChristopher’sdifferent fr are complete om other peo ly Yet can you s ple. personality t ee any raits that yo have in comm u on with Christopher? GROUP 5
  • 6. Chris topher no tices the tini est detai ls about thin gs; what d oes thistell u s about t he way he see s and resp onds to the world? GROUP 6
  • 7. Why do you think doe the novel contain man s y graphs, maps, and pictures? How do you think do those things help us as readers tounderstand Christoph er? GROUP 7
  • 8. The nov el itself is quite differe nt from what we usually r ead. What are the features of the novel thatstand out ? How do these oddfeatures change the way weread and t hink about what’s normal? GROUP 8