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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 36: The Story of the Duck People ● Shadows and Tears ● (May Kasahara's Point of View: 6) (Pgs. 591-595) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 36: The Story of the Duck People ● Shadows and Tears ● (May Kasahara's Point of View: 6) (Pgs. 591-595) Summary

May Kasahara writes tenderly of the duck people and how they make her laugh when she is at the pond. The brisk chill of the weather and the warmth of remembering the duck people combine within her and May Kasahara feels happy for the first time in a long time. May Kasahara takes off her clothes and kneels naked in the moonlight, looking at her own body. She describes how the light hits parts of her body and how un-self conscious she feels. She bursts out in tears for no apparent reason, seeing her tears as lovely crystals. May Kasahara hears Toru yelling for her from the bottom of the well.

Book 3 Chapter 36: The Story of the Duck People ● Shadows and Tears ● (May Kasahara's Point of View: 6) (Pgs. 591-595) Analysis

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