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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2 Chapter 4: Divine Grace Lost ● Prostitute of the Mind (Pgs. 206-213) Summary

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Book 2 Chapter 4: Divine Grace Lost ● Prostitute of the Mind (Pgs. 206-213) Summary

In a letter, Mamiya says that what took his life was the astonishing light at the bottom of the well. The lieutenant is convinced that something lives in the light, but he never quite manages to see it. Nothing ever materializes and the light is soon gone from the well. Lieutenant Mamiya tells Toru that his entire life outside the well has been empty; nothing but an empty shell. The old man is no longer afraid of dying. At this time in his life, though, Mamiya admits that he experiences a certain kind of salvation. Toru Okada finds Creta Kano sitting on the sofa. Creta Kano admits to being a "prostitute of the mind" and that, as such, things pass through her.

Book 2 Chapter 4: Divine Grace Lost ● Prostitute of the Mind (Pgs. 206-213) Analysis

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