Notes of a Crocodile - Notebook 4 Summary & Analysis

Qiu Miaojin
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The narrator ruminates on what she encapsulates from her relationship with Tun Tun and Zhi Rou: the beauty of life. She also touches on the expanding distance with friends in college that seem to leap galaxies post-graduation.

After class one day, waves of gloom washed over the protagonist so, seeking solace, she called Tun Tun, “the first person I’d taken the initiative to call on” (99). She elaborated on her usual isolation: “For a long time, my hidden shame had made me push everyone away” (99). Tun Tun welcomed the narrator to her house and they discussed the “wall of absurdity” (97) with which Tun Tun stands face-to-face. The narrator shared her own encounter with the wall. Tun Tun also told her how she and Zhi Rou have ended their friendship after depression swallowed Zhi Rou.

In a crocodile scene, the narrator addressed secret love in...

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