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Kafka on the Shore Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 30-33 Summary

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Chapters 30-33 Summary

In Chapter 30, Sanders explains to Hoshino that his is a spirit - neither god not Buddha - that chooses his earthly form as he goes along. He needs the help of a mortal with a task, and giving him the entrance stone is part of that task. They arrive at a vault at a religious shrine, and Sanders tells Hoshino that this is where the stone is located. Hoshino is unsure about robbing a shrine, but Colonel Sanders assures him that it is OK. The stone is heavy, and Hoshino needs a cab to get it back to the hotel. He leaves it on Nakata's bed and goes to sleep.

In Chapter 31, Ms. Saeki asks Kafka about his past, and Kafka mentions what he is from Tokyo and his father has recently died. He suggests to her that she may have been his father's lover...

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