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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2 Chapter 1: As Concrete as Possible ● Appetite in Literature (Pgs. 175-184) Summary

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Book 2 Chapter 1: As Concrete as Possible ● Appetite in Literature (Pgs. 175-184) Summary

After a through inspection of the house, Okada finds that his wife did not take anything with her other than the clothes on her back when she departed day before. Malta Kano tells him that the cat will never return and to go with the flow of things and to be patient. She then tells him that someone whose name begins with the letter "O" will be calling him on the telephone. A short while later, she says, "Before very long, a half-moon will last for several days" (180). The Omura liquor store calls to confirm an order. Toru goes to the dry cleaners, pretending that he has forgotten the receipt. The man behind the counter says that Kumiko already picked up the clothes. Toru Okada knows Kumiko...

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