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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3 Chapter 14: Cinnamon's Strange Sign Language ● The Musical Offering (Pgs. 437-446) Summary

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Book 3 Chapter 14: Cinnamon's Strange Sign Language ● The Musical Offering (Pgs. 437-446) Summary

As a child, Cinnamon loves to read, can play the piano and teaches himself to read English and French in a matter of months. He is also intensely interested in machinery and electronics. He takes clocks apart and reassembles them and he builds radios and tube amplifiers. When Nutmeg's mother dies, Cinnamon is twelve years old. Without being asked or prompted, the boy decides to take over all of the grandmother's domestic duties. Nutmeg is convinced that the same thing responsible for snatching Cinnamon's voice also killed her husband.

Book 3 Chapter 14: Cinnamon's Strange Sign Language ● The Musical Offering (Pgs. 437-446) Analysis

Cinnamon is the main focus of the chapter, and by extension, his choice of a life of silence. Cinnamon seems to be hyper-vigilant even as a...

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