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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Book 2 Chapter 10: May Kasahara on Death and Evolution ● The Thing Made Elsewhere (Pgs. 256-262) Summary & Analysis

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Book 2 Chapter 10: May Kasahara on Death and Evolution ● The Thing Made Elsewhere (Pgs. 256-262) Summary

Toru Okada tries to mimic the cry of the wind-up bird he has heard so often. Toru Okada admits to May that Kumiko has left him for another man. May tells Toru that he was made "somewhere else" and that his and Kumiko's joint idea to re-create themselves was also made somewhere else. May Kasahara then replaces the cover of the well, leaving Toru in the familiar darkness.

Book 2 Chapter 10: May Kasahara on Death and Evolution ● The Thing Made Elsewhere (Pgs. 256-262) Analysis

Toru's faculties split off from one another as his mind and his body diverge. Being the wind-up bird means being completely free. It is not surprising that he would think of flying. He is alone in a deep...

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