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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1 Chapter 11: Enter Lieutenant Mamiya ● What Came from the Warm Mud ● Eau de Cologne (Pgs. 126-134) Summary

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Book 1 Chapter 11: Enter Lieutenant Mamiya ● What Came from the Warm Mud ● Eau de Cologne (Pgs. 126-134) Summary

Straightening the house in preparation for Mr. Mamiya's visit, Toru finds the packaging for a new bottle of Christian Dior eau de cologne. He surmises that since he did not buy Kumiko the cologne someone at her job had given it to her as a gift. The phone rings again. It is the anonymous caller the reader encountered in Chapter 1. Lieutenant Mamiya talks to him about old Mr. Honda. Mr. Honda's wife had committed suicide with her lover, leaving Mr. Honda to raise a son and a daughter on his own. When his children had grown up, Mr. Honda moved to Tokyo to live by himself. He and Mr. Honda had been out of touch for six...

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