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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 22: Jellyfish From All Around the World ● Things Metamorphosed (Pgs. 485-492) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 22: Jellyfish From All Around the World ● Things Metamorphosed (Pgs. 485-492) Summary

Toru is sitting in front of Cinnamon's computer again. Toru asks the other person what was the most fascinating thing about their visit to the aquarium. The response: Jellyfish. He tells her that the cat has come back. Kumiko writes that she is no longer the woman Toru knew. Kumiko instructs Toru to think of her as being terminally ill with a disease which causes her face and body to slowly disintegrate. She wants him to wipe her out of his mind as soon as possible.

Book 3 Chapter 22: Jellyfish From All Around the World ● Things Metamorphosed (Pgs. 485-492) Analysis

Toru finally has the chance to talk to Kumiko over the computer. The question of jellyfish re-surfaces in this chapter. The jellyfish represent those parts of...

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