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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 34: The Light of a Firefly ●Breaking the Spell ● A World Where Alarm Clocks Ring in the Morning (Pgs. 575-582) Summary & Analysis

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The voice is one that Toru recognizes. She says he was in another Room 208 last time. The woman then alters her voice to sound just like Kumiko. Toru tells Kumiko's voice that he knows what happened to make Kumiko leave him. Toru also knows that Kumiko's sister committed suicide because she, too, is defiled and injured by Noboru Wataya. Marrying Toru had proven to be Kumiko's way out of the darkness that was her family. In the dark quiet of the hotel room, the woman gives Toru the baseball bat that is missing from the well at the Residence. Toru knows that this is the bat used...

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