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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3 Chapter 29: A Vacant House is Born (Pgs. 532-533) Summary

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Book 3 Chapter 29: A Vacant House is Born (Pgs. 532-533) Summary

Toru admits to himself that Cinnamon is not at the Residence because Cinnamon does not want to be at the Residence. Tired of waiting, he telephones Nutmeg at the Akasaka office. There is no answer. Nor is there an answer at Ushikawa's number; a recording says it has been disconnected. Toru stays away from the Residence for the next five days and loses the desire to go down the well again. He decides to return to Shinjuku and watch people, but Nutmeg never shows up there. He drops by the Akasaka fashion design office and rings the bell, but no one answers.

Book 3 Chapter 29: A Vacant House is Born (Pgs. 532-533) Analysis

The length of this chapter is important to note. The idea of separation is dealt with quickly and quietly...

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