The Sound of the Mountain - The Cherry in the Winter, Water in the Morning, and The Voice in the Night Summary & Analysis

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The Cherry in the Winter, Water in the Morning, and The Voice in the Night Summary

The Cherry in the Winter.

On New Year's Eve, Fusako and the children come to live with the Ogata's again. Shingo is annoyed when the oldest child wakes him early in the morning on the one day he should be allowed to sleep late. Shingo lies in his bed wondering how he feels about the child, aware that his feelings seem to be ambiguous. Shingo hopes that his wife's love for the children will be enough.

Eiko comes to the house to wish the family a happy New Year, but she refuses to come inside. Shingo asks her to accompany him on a visit to the old president of the firm where they work. On...

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