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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 18: A Stupid Tree Frog Daughter (May Kasahara's Point of View: 4) (Pgs. 460-464) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 18: A Stupid Tree Frog Daughter (May Kasahara's Point of View: 4) (Pgs. 460-464) Summary

May Kasahara is concerned about transitional phases and causalities. She expresses wonder at having been born to parents she describes as being "boring as tree frogs" (461). One day, May Kasahara says, she woke to discover that no one likes her. Her life is a series of connecting disconnections.

Book 3 Chapter 18: A Stupid Tree Frog Daughter (May Kasahara's Point of View: 4) (Pgs. 460-464) Analysis

Once again, May Kasahara spills herself into a letter to her friend Toru Okada. Once more, she shares her observations on life and emotional existence. This is one of the few times that May mentions her parents. This letter is especially telling, given what she calls her parents. To her, they are garden variety amphibians and not very...

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