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Kafka on the Shore Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11-14 Summary

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Chapters 11-14 Summary

In Chapter 11, Kafka sits with Sakura in her apartment. Apparently, Kafka has had violent episodes in the past, but nothing involving the amount of blood on his shirt. Sakura asks him about his parents and sister. His older sister was adopted, so Sakura finds it odd that Kafka's mother left with an adopted child and not her biological son. After a time, she goes back to sleep. Later in the night, neither can sleep, and Sakura sits with Kafka. She tells him that she has a boyfriend in Tokyo, but as they sit together Kafka gets an erection. Sakura nonchalantly strokes him to orgasm.

The next morning, Sakura has left for work, leaving a note for Kafka telling him that there is no news of a violent crime in the area. By way of thanks, he cleans her whole apartment and leaves her a grateful...

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