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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3 Chapter 30: Malta Kano's Tail ● Boris the Manskinner (Pgs. 534-547) Summary

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Book 3 Chapter 30: Malta Kano's Tail ● Boris the Manskinner (Pgs. 534-547) Summary

Toru dreams about sitting across the table from Malta Kano. A chunky black dog wears Ushikawa's face and has Ushikawa's voice. There are dry human scalps hanging from the ceiling beams and delicate droplets of blood are falling around Toru and Malta. Toru tells Malta Kano that the cat has returned to him. Malta Kano asks if Toru notices anything different about the cat's tail. Toru says no. Malta Kano shows that she has the cat's original tail attached to her body, then tells Toru Okada that Creta Kano's baby's name is Corsica, after the island. Toru receives another letter from Lieutenant Mamiya.

Book 3 Chapter 30: Malta Kano's Tail ● Boris the Manskinner (Pgs. 534-547) Analysis

The first part of this chapter concentrates on a dream that Toru has. The people...

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