Dance Dance Dance: A Novel - chapters 6-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 begins with the writer investigating the hotel. The hotel is opulent and so far from the old Dolphin Hotel that it does not seem possible that the buildings were in the same place, let alone the same country. The writer also investigates the local atmosphere, discussing the changes since he was last in Sapporo 4.5 years before. The writer, bored, goes to the bar. He spots a 12 year old girl sitting at a table listening to a Walkman. The girl is alone and seems to be bored. The bartender says that the girl is waiting for her mother. Although the writer and the girl do not speak, he immediately feels a strange connection to her. The writer obsesses about the type of music the girl must be listening to and how Genesis is a stupid name for a band.

The next morning the writer sees...

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