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Kafka on the Shore Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Boy Named Crow (2), 47-49 Summary

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The Boy Named Crow (2), 47-49 Summary

In The Boy Named Crow, Crow happens upon Johnnie Walker in the woods. Johnnie Walker shows him his flutes made from cats' souls. He complains that since dying, he has been stuck in limbo, and he is struggling to find his way out. The acerbic Mr. Walker invites Crow to try and kill him. Without hesitation, Crow leaps on him, gashing his skin and gouging out his eyes and tongue. Johnnie Walker just laughs.

In Chapter 47, Kafka wakes up in the desolate village. He wants to read a book, but there are none. The fifteen-year-old spirit returns to sit with him. She feels completely one with him, she says, content. She also says that in this village - where time is meaningless - memory ceases to exist, along with hunger. After the spirit disappears, the real Ms. Saeki enters...

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