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Dance Dance Dance: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - chapters 20-26 Summary

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chapters 20-26 Summary

In Chapter 20, the writer is restless. Every day is the same routine - he wanders through the city on a predetermined route. He goes to the theater to see "Unrequited Love." Sometimes he will call Yuki or she will call him. Yuki tells the writer that he needs to grow up. They make plans for dinner. The writer says that their one-way communication isn't fair and that she should give him a phone number where she can be reached in case something comes up. Yuki says that she won't stand for him changing plans. Amé is so good at it that the writer wouldn't stand a chance. The writer says he has no intention of changing their plans.

In Chapter 21, the police arrive at the writer's apartment. They ask him to come along to the Akasaka precinct for questioning. The police will not give out...

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