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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Book 3 Chapter 5: A Place You Can Figure Out If You Think About It Really, Really Hard (May Kasahara's Point of View: 1) (Pgs. 373-376) Summary & Analysis

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Summary

At the time she writes the letter, May Kasahara is somewhere in the mountains, living in a dormitory on a huge piece of land with lots of different animals like badgers and pheasants. She has been on one date but finds the whole concept of dating a boy confusing at this juncture of her life. She says she prefers to be alone for a while, in order to give her thoughts an opportunity to wander.

Analysis

This is the first time Toru hears from May Kasahara since she leaves without saying goodbye to Toru. Her letters appear on the page and the reader can imagine the sound of the young girl's voice as she describes her current life to Toru. May Kasahara's life has taken on...

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