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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1 Chapter 9: Culverts and an Absolute Insufficiency of Electricity ● May Kasahara's Inquiry Into the Nature of Hairpieces (Pgs. 101-114) Summary

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Book 1 Chapter 9: Culverts and an Absolute Insufficiency of Electricity ● May Kasahara's Inquiry Into the Nature of Hairpieces (Pgs. 101-114) Summary

Toru remembers almost having an affair with an engaged woman at the law firm one week before her wedding. He tells Kumiko exactly what happens. Kumiko refuses to speak to Toru for three days. Then Kumiko informs him that some time in the future, she will do the same thing to him simply because his actions have given her the right to do so. May Kasahara invites Toru Okada to join her at work that day counting balding heads for three hours. Toru Okada finds out that May Kasahara's knowledge of wigs, balding and hairpieces is quite extensive.

Book 1 Chapter 9: Culverts and an Absolute Insufficiency of Electricity ● May Kasahara's Inquiry Into the Nature of Hairpieces (Pgs. 101-114) Analysis

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