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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2 Chapter 14: Creta Kano's New Departure (Pgs. 304-313) Summary

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Book 2 Chapter 14: Creta Kano's New Departure (Pgs. 304-313) Summary

In this chapter, Creta Kano continues telling her story. After three or four days of this, Creta Kano comes into her third self. The first self had lived for years in excruciating pain. Her second self (the prostitute of the flesh) lived "in a state of pain-free numbness" (303). The second self was a transitional self. Her new third self, however, feels more like the person she is meant to be. Although she realizes she is happy being her third self, she still knows that what prompted the manifestation of the third self is something ominous and filthy. Once Malta returns and the sisters are reunited, Creta tells Malta her strange story. Malta decides that it is time for her to have a new name: she renames her sister "Creta" after the Greek island...

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