The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

The author has used his extensive knowledge of Asperger's syndrome to allow us to see the world through Christopher's eyes,

how do you think the story further enhances our attachment to the character and our enjoyment of the book in general?

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Anyone who's never been exposed to Aspergers at any level of the spectrum would find this story a form of education. It is very difficult to understand Aspergers and all that it involves. This novel enhances what Christopher sees and feels, rather than what we as individuals see and perceive.