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Memoirs of a Polar Bear - Part 3, “Memories of the North Pole” – Section 4, pages 239 - 252 Summary & Analysis

Yoko Tawada
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In the aftermath of his conversation with Michael, Knut starts to again take pleasure in his performances, challenging himself to find ways to make his audiences enjoy themselves. As his crowds start regaining their former size, he is regularly visited by Michael, who appears to him on the computer screen in his den. Michael tells him that plans are being made for Knut to meet Tosca, Lars (Knut’s father) and, if those meetings go well, a young female polar bear. Michael also reveals that he was once a child performer who loved being in front of audiences, but who was also believed to be exploited by adults. They also have conversations about what is natural for animals and what is not, with Knut wondering why the treatment he received from Matthias was unnatural if it...

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