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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1 Chapter 2: Full Moon and Eclipse of the Sun ● On Horses Dying in the Stables (Pgs. 25-31) Summary

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Book 1 Chapter 2: Full Moon and Eclipse of the Sun ● On Horses Dying in the Stables (Pgs. 25-31) Summary

Kumiko wonders aloud whether Toru has truly been paying attention to her during their six years of marriage. After a quick glance at the calendar, Toru realizes that it is nearly time for the full moon and that Kumiko's menstruation cycle is about to begin. Kumiko quickly realizes what the problem is and apologizes to Toru for taking her frustration out on him.

Book 1 Chapter 2: Full Moon and Eclipse of the Sun ● On Horses Dying in the Stables (Pgs. 25-31) Analysis

This chapter leads the reader further into Toru and Kumiko's relationship as husband and wife. Six years into their marriage, Kumiko voices strong, rather random opinions, and Toru Okada realizes with some surprise that...

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