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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Book 2 Chapter 16: The Simplest Thing ● Revenge in a Sophisticated Form ● The Thing in the Guitar Case (Pgs. 327-338) Summary & Analysis

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Book 2 Chapter 16: The Simplest Thing ● Revenge in a Sophisticated Form ● The Thing in the Guitar Case (Pgs. 327-338) Summary

On the eleventh day watching people, Toru recognizes the young man from the bar in Sapporo. The man attacks him with a baseball bat. Toru Okada grabs the bat and begins beating the man with it. Toru takes the bat home. In a dream the man skins himself right before Toru's eyes. The skin attaches itself to Toru Okada, covering him from head to toe.

Book 2 Chapter 16: The Simplest Thing ● Revenge in a Sophisticated Form ● The Thing in the Guitar Case (Pgs. 327-338) Analysis

Two very important characters surface in this chapter: The man with the guitar case and the woman who will be known as Nutmeg Akasaka. First of all, Toru's uncle's...

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