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Kafka on the Shore Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 34-37 Summary

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Chapters 34-37 Summary

Chapter 34 begins after the entrance stone has been flipped, and the storm is passing. Hoshino is confused that nothing seems to have changed since the "opening." Nakata is tired and goes to sleep. That night, Hoshino goes to a coffee shop, where the elderly owner, a classical music enthusiast, talks to him about Beethoven. Hoshino wonders why he is so drawn to Nakata, why he follows him unquestioningly. The next day, Nakata has not awoken, and Hoshino takes in a double feature of Truffaut films. He thinks about his life, how he should be smarter than he is. He goes to the coffee shop and talks to the old man about classical music again.

In Chapter 35, Kafka is awoken in bed by a call from Oshima. He tells him to get dressed and packed and ready to be picked up; something has come up. Oshima...

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