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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Book 1 Chapter 4: High Towers and Deep Wells (or Far From Nomonhan) (Pgs. 47-55) Summary & Analysis

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Book 1 Chapter 4: High Towers and Deep Wells (or Far From Nomonhan) (Pgs. 47-55) Summary

Kumiko reminds him that Noboru Wataya is important to her because she and Toru chose the cat together shortly after they were married. On one occasion, Mr. Honda warns Toru Okada that being a lawyer might not be the best career for him because the law governs only things that happen in the world "where shadow is shadow and light is light" (51). Mr. Honda then tells Toru that it is not time for him to make a change professionally because there is "no flow" (51). Mr. Honda then suggests that he be especially careful around water. Lying in bed that night, Kumiko remembers taking the polka dot necktie to the dry cleaners six months ago in December.

Book 1 Chapter 4: High Towers and Deep Wells (or Far From Nomonhan) (Pgs. 47-55) Analysis

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