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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Book 3 Chapter 25: Triangular Ears ● Sleigh Bells (Pgs. 505-506) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 25: Triangular Ears ● Sleigh Bells (Pgs. 505-506) Summary

The cat is one thing that has come back into Toru's life and he is heartened by this realization. He remembers how happy he and Mackerel have been since the cat's return. Toru is awakened by the sound of sleigh bells coming from Cinnamon's office at one-thirty in the morning. A message on the computer screen says Toru has gained access to "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle."

Book 3 Chapter 25: Triangular Ears ● Sleigh Bells (Pgs. 505-506) Analysis

Once again, Toru celebrates the triumphant return of Mackerel the cat. The animal is still a symbol of good things happening once in awhile. His timely return provides comfort to Toru physically as well as emotionally. Listening to the cat breathe and feeling the furry creature beside him are tender things to recall. The cat has no expectations...

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