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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 2 Chapter 13: Creta Kano's Story Continued (Pgs. 293-302) Summary & Analysis

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Apparently, Creta Kano lost her own clothes somewhere between the well and the Okadas' house. They discuss the mark on Toru's face. Toru quizzes Creta Kano about her experience at the well. She does not remember anything after falling asleep. Somehow, she got out of the well and made it to his house. Creta Kano agrees to continue the story right now, over omelets. To begin, she recounts that Noboru Wataya was her last customer when she was a prostitute of the flesh. Their meeting had been six years ago. Around this time, Creta Kano realized that she was no longer in pain, that she had gone completely numb. She had been instructed to meet Noboru Wataya in a hotel room. Noboru Wataya instructs Creta Kano to undress, which she does. He then...

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