Conflict in “Curious Incident” Respond to the following prompt in no less than five detailed paragraphs. We have said in an earlier discussion about character that Christopher’s main conflict was an external one with his father. Now that we have more information, it seems that the reason Christopher’s father didn’t want Christopher pursuing the mystery of Wellington’s death because he had several secrets of his own to hide. Now that the secrets are out and the mystery is solved, has your perception of Christopher’s main conflict changed? (In other words, would you still argue that Christopher is dealing with an external conflict with his father, or does some other conflict seem to exist for him?) Remember the different types of conflict that a in a literary work might face. Provide examples and details to defend your position.
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