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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Book 3 Chapter 26: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle #8 (or, A Second Clumsy Massacre) (Pgs. 507-522) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 26: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle #8 (or, A Second Clumsy Massacre) (Pgs. 507-522) Summary

Grateful that the elephants survive the massacre, the veterinarian wonders about the state of his wife and daughter. A short while later, the lieutenant and his men return to the zoo with several Chinese prisoners wearing baseball uniforms, needing picks and shovels. Finding a clearing among some trees, the lieutenant orders the Chinese prisoners to dig a hole. The lieutenant then orders his troops to bayonet three of the Chinese prisoners. The lieutenant orders one of the soldiers to kill the remaining prisoner with a baseball bat. The veterinarian hears the sound of the wind-up bird off in the distance.

Book 3 Chapter 26: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle #8 (or, A Second Clumsy Massacre) (Pgs. 507-522) Analysis

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