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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 28: You Just Can't Trust a House (May Kasahara's Point of View: 5) (Pgs. 528-531) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 28: You Just Can't Trust a House (May Kasahara's Point of View: 5) (Pgs. 528-531) Summary

May remembers that the older Miyawaki girl took piano lessons. She watched Mr. Miyawaki working around the house on weekends. May says that after they disappeared, the entire appearance of the house changed, expressing her disgust at the "know nothing look" on the house's face. At a certain point, May had come to share the Miyawakis' happiness. May tells Toru that lately she feels as though she is becoming Kumiko. She admits that this is just a delusion.

Book 3 Chapter 28: You Just Can't Trust a House (May Kasahara's Point of View: 5) (Pgs. 528-531) Analysis

May Kasahara's memories of the Miyawaki family paint them as nearly ideal. Two lovely girls playing. Mr. Miyawaki as a hard worker and an active...

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