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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 1: The Wind-Up Bird in Winter (Pgs. 341-350) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 1: The Wind-Up Bird in Winter (Pgs. 341-350) Summary

He wonders if Kumiko really is in contact with her family or if they are holding her somewhere against her will. Kumiko's uncle dies, and Noboru Wataya is assured to be elected to his uncle's vacant seat in the Lower House. Toru visits Ichikawa the realtor and decides he must own the Miyawaki's well.

Book 3 Chapter 1: The Wind-Up Bird in Winter (Pgs. 341-350) Analysis

With the change of seasons approaching, Toru's appraisal of his life still focuses squarely on Kumiko and the marriage. He remains stuck. This is partially due to his in-laws' constant efforts to convince Toru to simply agree to a divorce. Also, though, Toru contributes to his own stagnation by leaving his wife's things just as they were when she left. He decides to do nothing with her...

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