1. Why is Kaname conflicted about going to the puppet theater with his father-in-law?
Kaname is conflicted about going to the puppet theater with his father-in-law because he doesn't enjoy going to the puppet theater, but he wants to extend one last gesture of familial respect to his father-in-law.
2. What does Kaname suspect Misako would rather do instead of attending the puppet theater?
Kaname suspects that Misako would rather go to Suma to visit her boyfriend Aso, rather than go to the puppet theater with Kaname and her father.
3. What does Kaname think about on the train ride to the puppet theater?
On the train ride to the puppet theater, Kaname thinks about how he and Misako are going to break the news of their plans to divorce to their son Hiroshi. Kaname isn't sure whether Hiroshi has any suspicions about the bad state of his parents' marriage.
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