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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 35: Just a Real Knife ● The Thing That Had Been Prophesied (Pgs. 583-590) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 35: Just a Real Knife ● The Thing That Had Been Prophesied (Pgs. 583-590) Summary

The person on the other side unlocks the door with a key and enters the room. A fight ensues and Toru is cut and bleeding but still on his feet, holding the bat. He takes a swing that makes contact with the other person's collarbone. A second blow connects with the man's upper neck and Toru hears the sound of a watermelon cracking open. Toru remembers old Mr. Honda warning him to be careful of water.

Book 3 Chapter 35: Just a Real Knife ● The Thing That Had Been Prophesied (Pgs. 583-590) Analysis

Toru finds out that he is also mortal in the dream state. Including the man carrying the guitar case, this is the second random fight in which Toru incapacitates someone...

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