Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction

Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
Curious Incident as Postmodern Detective Fiction
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(2 MB|13 pages)
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A 14 page PPT developed for Year 12 Students studying Module B , NSW HSC 2019.

This PPT details how Mark Haddon has used the genre of detective fiction to shape his main character, Christopher Boone's, experiences. The PPT examines the idea of postmodern fiction and the elements that appear in the text. It further examines what the use of the detective genre does for both the representation of the character and the plot.

13 slides with references to the text and a literary concepts.

Excellent for senior classes.

I further developed a set of 6 questions based around the ideas explored within this PPT. Available as a PDF doc : "Detective Fiction and logic in ‘The Curious Incident’"

Total Pages
13 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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