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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3 Chapter 23: Counting Sheep ● The Thing in the Center of the Circle (Pgs. 495-498) Summary

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Book 3 Chapter 23: Counting Sheep ● The Thing in the Center of the Circle (Pgs. 495-498) Summary

Toru focuses on one of his books about Manchukuo during World War II. Toru recognizes the name of Yoshitaka Wataya as Kumiko's uncle who until recently held a seat in the Lower House of the Diet as a member of the Conservative Party. Toru's mind puts together all the loose ends. Cinnamon's grandfather and Toru are connected by the mark on Toru's cheek. The grandfather and Mr. Mamiya are connected because of the city of Hsin-ching. Mr. Honda and Mr. Mamiya are connected by the special mission with Yamamoto. He is connected to Mr. Honda through his marriage to Kumiko, and Toru is connected to Lieutenant Mamiya because of each man's fascination with deep, dark wells.

Book 3 Chapter 23: Counting Sheep ● The Thing in the Center of the Circle (Pgs. 495-498) Analysis

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