Norwegian Wood - Chapter 6, pp. 90-113 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, pp. 90-113 Summary

Toru takes a train and a bus into the mountains toward Ami Hostel. When he gets to the bus stop, no buildings are visible. The sanatorium is deep in the woods. He walks in until he gets to the gate, and he has to wait for the guard. The guard tells him to go to the main building and ask for Doctor Ishida. He follows the directions, and finally meets a wrinkled, wiry-haired, friendly woman, Reiko Ishida. She notes from his hands that Toru hasn't played an instrument lately, and Toru confesses that he doesn't play anything. Reiko takes him to the cafeteria to eat. The vegetables are as good as Naoko said.

Reiko is not Naoko's doctor. She is a patient of many years who also teaches music, and they call her the music doctor. Reiko is Naoko's...

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