The Aosawa Murders - Part 12 - Part 14 Summary & Analysis

Riku Onda
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“Part 12: Excerpts from the Friend’s File” contains a series of different documents. First, a newspaper article about Makiko’s death from heatstroke appears. Next, a petition in which residents file a petition to preserve the Aosawa house as a work of important architecture is presented. Next, a section titled “A Response Regarding the Recent Incident in the Park” is presented int which an unnamed first person narrator says that Makiko was seen sitting on a bench near a woman with a young child. Makiko was drinking a bottled lemonade. Afterwards, when Makiko’s body was found, the lemonade bottle was missing. The Aosawa family weighs in with the debate about whether or not to preserve the Aosawa house, and proclaim they want it destroyed. The citizen’s group protested construction and caused a deadlock. In “A Letter from Junji,” Junji writes...

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