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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2 Chapter 15: The Only Bad Thing That Ever Happened in May Kasahara's House ● May Kasahara and the Gooshy Source of Heat (Pgs. 314-326) Summary

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Book 2 Chapter 15: The Only Bad Thing That Ever Happened in May Kasahara's House ● May Kasahara and the Gooshy Source of Heat (Pgs. 314-326) Summary

May Kasahara invites Toru to her house. Her parents and younger brother have gone to the Kasaharas' summer house in Izu for the weekend and May is on her own. They pass the time chatting about various things, and Toru tells May that he is thinking of leaving Japan for awhile and going to Crete. May admits she went down the well and stayed there for five or six hours. Toru does not find this news surprising. She tells him that after some time in the well, she became less familiar with who she actually is. In the darkness, May feels as though...

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