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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2 Chapter 5: Views of Distant Towns ● Eternal Half-Moon ● Ladder in Place (Pgs. 214-221) Summary

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Book 2 Chapter 5: Views of Distant Towns ● Eternal Half-Moon ● Ladder in Place (Pgs. 214-221) Summary

May Kasahara castigates Toru Okada for having too many women hanging around his house. She becomes jealous, thinking Toru has thrown her over for Creta Kano and she hangs up. Toru climbs down into the well. The inside of the well is concrete. The ground, Toru notices, is neither hard not soft. The sides are cool and smooth, except for something that feels like moss growing here and there. From far down in the well, he looks up through the opening and sees a half-moon shape. This is the same half-moon Malta Kano told him about. After making sure he can breathe, Toru sits down on the floor of the well and closes his eyes.

Book 2 Chapter 5: Views of Distant Towns ● Eternal Half-Moon ● Ladder in Place (Pgs. 214-221) Analysis

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