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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1 Chapter 5: Hooked on Lemon Drops ● Flightless Bird and Waterless Well (Pgs. 56-67). Summary

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Book 1 Chapter 5: Hooked on Lemon Drops ● Flightless Bird and Waterless Well (Pgs. 56-67). Summary

The following morning, Toru Okada retrieves the polka-dot necktie from the dry cleaner. May Kasahara is fascinated with thinning hair and balding. She works part-time for a wig company. Since May Kasahara does not attend high school, she has a substantial amount of free time. She works taking surveys and filling out questionnaires. Toru is invited to spend a day working with May to earn a little money but mostly to alleviate the monotony of unemployment. He gives her directions to his house. Then May Kasahara asks Toru if he'd like to see the well in the Miyawaki's garden. Toru remembers Mr. Honda telling him to be careful around water. He also recalls Mr. Honda telling him, "When you're supposed to go down...

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