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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 8: Down in the Well (Pgs. 391-395) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 8: Down in the Well (Pgs. 391-395) Summary

Toru Okada returns to the bottom of the well. The baseball bat is there. He becomes conscious of the wall separating the well and Room 208 and just as he tries to go through it, he is blocked.

Book 3 Chapter 8: Down in the Well (Pgs. 391-395) Analysis

Once again, the reader has the opportunity to venture into Toru's subconscious. Now that the well has been modernized, Toru can truly inhabit the space for as long as he pleases. Cinnamon is his engineer, and Toru has a way to completely seal himself off. His hours in the well are guaranteed to be free of interruption. The ladder stays in place; therefore, Toru is no longer at the mercy of whoever is standing on the surface. The controls for the entire experience below ground are now...

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