The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
It was nice in the police cell. [...] I wondered how I would escape if I was in a story. [...] I decided that my best plan would be to wait for a really sunny day and then use my glasses to focus the sunlight on a piece of clothing and start a fire. I would then make my escape when they saw the smoke and too me out of the cell. (23.10)
This is because I do not always do what I am told.
And this is because when people tell you what to do it is usually confusing and does not make sense. (59.2-3)
Then, when I've got a degree in Maths, or Physics, or Maths and Physics, I will be able to get a job and earn lots of money and I will be able to pay someone who can look after me and cook my meals and wash my clothes [...] (71.8)