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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3 Chapter 19: The Subterranean Labyrinth ● Cinnamon's Two Doors (Pgs. 464-469) Summary

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Book 3 Chapter 19: The Subterranean Labyrinth ● Cinnamon's Two Doors (Pgs. 464-469) Summary

Ushikawa tells Toru that Kumiko will neither meet him face-to-face nor talk to him on the phone, but that she will talk to Toru via computer. Toru has the passwords and must find a way to connect with Kumiko while Cinnamon is out of the Residence.

Book 3 Chapter 19: The Subterranean Labyrinth ● Cinnamon's Two Doors (Pgs. 464-469) Analysis

This chapter involves the main protagonist's espionage attempt. With Kumiko once again twinkling before him like the golden ring on a carousel, Toru's will leads him to break into the Residence computer system. The passwords he uses are the right ones. The words also reinforce the young man's connection to Nutmeg and his pre-silence experiences. The stories have left a mark on Cinnamon's day to day mind and Cinnamon is incorporating the...

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