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A Wild Sheep Chase Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 6, Chapter 22-23: Sunday Afternoon Picnic and Limited but Tenacious Thinking Summary

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Part 6, Chapter 22-23: Sunday Afternoon Picnic and Limited but Tenacious Thinking Summary

The man awakens, eats, and calls the secretary. He tries small talk first, but the secretary clearly wants him to get to the point. The man points out that he has nothing to lose. However, the secretary points out that everyone has something they do not wish to lose, but agrees to leave the man alone for one month and hangs up. The man goes grocery shopping for supplies, buys tickets to Sapporo, and wanders about the city before returning to his apartment. His girlfriend arrives, with packed bags, and the two sit comfortably on the couch, where the man admits he never feels real. The two make love, and the man finds himself somewhat at peace. The girlfriend goes to work after asking what the man...

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