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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 13: The Waiting Man ● What Couldn't Be Shaken Off ● No Man Is an Island (Pgs. 425-436) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 13: The Waiting Man ● What Couldn't Be Shaken Off ● No Man Is an Island (Pgs. 425-436) Summary

Ushikawa tells Toru that he used Kumiko's key to get into the house. Ushikawa assures Toru that Kumiko is not being held against her will and that she is safe. Ushi i handles all of Noboru Wataya's "shadow jobs." Ushikawa tellsToru to cut his ties with the Miyawaki property, and Noboru Wataya will make sure that Toru is able to meet with Kumiko in person.

Book 3 Chapter 13: The Waiting Man ● What Couldn't Be Shaken Off ● No Man Is an Island (Pgs. 425-436) Analysis

Ushikawa is a new character in the narrative. His position as henchman is firmly established in his first meeting with Toru. Ushikawa is not a likable person. There is something foul and...

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