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Memoirs of a Polar Bear - Part 3, “Memories of the North Pole” – Section 3, pages 213 – 239 Summary & Analysis

Yoko Tawada
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Chapter 1, continued. Knut is again visited by the snow queen, who congratulates him on how well he is doing and reveals that she is not only his grandmother, but also represents all his dead female ancestors. She also suggests that he go to visit his mother, who is still living.

As Knut’s fame grows, he starts receiving more and more fan mail, some of it strange (like the woman who wants to knit him a sweater), some of it connected to the activist agenda with which he is connected (like the man who bought an electric car because of him), and some of it worryingly obsessive (Knut never hears the details of those letters). He also starts to become more literate, learning the alphabet, and also aware of sexuality, learning about the attractions of females and...

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