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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Book 2 Chapter 7: Recollections and Dialogue on Pregnancy ● Empirical Inquiry on Pain (Pgs. 230-240) Summary & Analysis

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Book 2 Chapter 7: Recollections and Dialogue on Pregnancy ● Empirical Inquiry on Pain (Pgs. 230-240) Summary

When Toru awakens at the bottom of the well, it is nearly dark. As he breathes in the moldy air, he thinks again about his life with Kumiko. Three years after they are married, Kumiko becomes pregnant. As a college student, Toru Okada remembers, he once got a girlfriend pregnant. They both agree that Kumiko should make the decision whether or not to have an abortion on her own. Toru Okada is in Sapporo on a business trip when Kumiko has the abortion. In a bar, a young man sings and pays the guitar. The show ends; the young man tells the bar patrons that he wants to give them a lesson in empathy.

Book 2 Chapter 7: Recollections and Dialogue on Pregnancy ● Empirical Inquiry on Pain (Pgs. 230-240) Analysis

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