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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3 Chapter 27: Cinnamon's Missing Links (Pgs. 523-527) Summary

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Book 3 Chapter 27: Cinnamon's Missing Links (Pgs. 523-527) Summary

Toru knows that Cinnamon is the narrator of this chronicle. Toru is certain Nutmeg does not know May Kasahara calls him "Mr. Wind-Up Bird." Toru realizes that in Cinnamon's chronicle, only particularly special people are able to hear the wind-up bird. Toru is sure Cinnamon has monitored his conversation with Kumiko and decides that his having gained access to the chronicle is no mistake. Toru is uncertain of what is fiction and what is true in Cinnamon's chronicle.

Book 3 Chapter 27: Cinnamon's Missing Links (Pgs. 523-527) Analysis

As the chapter title attests, this section of the novel has to do with the blank spaces in Cinnamon's representation of The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle. Upon finishing, Toru begins to question how the young man could have gained access to his nickname ("Mr. Wind-Up Bird"), or what he tells...

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