Kafka on the Shore - Chapters 18-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18-21 Summary

In Chapter 18, Nakata wakes up in the vacant lot with Mimi and Goma. He has no blood on him, but he still recalls killing Johnnie Walker. He is also unable to understand the cats. Nakata returns Goma to her family and proceeds immediately to the local police station. There, he confesses to the duty officer that he has committed a murder. The officer thinks Nakata is mad, but he humors him. Nakata thanks him, and on the way out the door, he mentions that the officer should bring an umbrella tomorrow because it will rain fish. The next day, 2,000 sardines and mackerel fall from the sky. The officer is shock, and he cannot believe his ears later that day when a famous artist is discovered stabbed to death.

In Chapter 19, Kafka moves in to the library. The next day, he mans the front desk with...

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