Welcome to our blog about “The Curious Incident”!

Welcome to our school blog dealing with Mark Haddon’s “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”!
This class project by the 9d at Gymnasium Renningen and their teacher Mr Pretz has recently been launched and our first articles are online already. With the weblog project being completed in late December, you will be able to catch up on all the important information concerning the novel, read thrilling interpretations and creative texts written by authentic young artists and comment on your own reading experiences with “The Curious Incident”!

Are you interested in the main topics of the novel? Then why don’t you start reading one of our analysis articles written by a highly motivated student?
https://schoolblogcuriousincident.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/logic-reason-mathematics/

You could also visit our “summary” section for our collection of chapter summaries. In our section “cartoons and artwork” you can find interpretive drawings dealing with the novel. Here is a wonderful example of our artwork (click to enlarge):

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3 Responses to Welcome to our blog about “The Curious Incident”!

  1. Amazing how much effort you put in that blog!
    I read some really good texts and am now interested in reading that novel!

    You’re very glad, Dear 9d, to have a teacher like batumammut giving you the chance to do such a blog!
    Honour it.

    Have fun and keep up the good work!

    Regards,
    kantschueler222

  2. Carly says:

    A really great resource for the class essay ! This website is great and you guys obviously put a lot of hard work into it 🙂

  3. albi95 says:

    abgehn! gute arbeit!

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