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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1 Chapter 10: Magic Touch ● Death in the Bathtub ● Messenger with Keepsakes (Pgs. 114-125) Summary

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Book 1 Chapter 10: Magic Touch ● Death in the Bathtub ● Messenger with Keepsakes (Pgs. 114-125) Summary

Toru's uncle is thought of as the black sheep of the family but manages to succeed at whatever he attempts. The uncle tells Toru that Mr. Miyawaki lost everything in a stock deal. At one time, an elite military officer and his wife had lived in the Miyawaki house, then a moderately successful actress moves into the house. She, too, meets an untimely end. Toru Okada's uncle ends the phone conversation by saying that some pieces of land are just bad and bad things happen to the people who live there. Later that day, Toru receives a letter by registered mail from Mr. Mamiya writes to inform Toru Okada that old Mr. Honda died suddenly.

Book 1 Chapter 10: Magic Touch ● Death in the Bathtub ● Messenger with Keepsakes (Pgs. 114-125) Analysis

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