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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3 Chapter 37: Two Different Kinds of News (Pgs. 596-600) Summary

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Book 3 Chapter 37: Two Different Kinds of News (Pgs. 596-600) Summary

Cinnamon carries Toru into the "fitting room" and deposits him on the sofa. When he regains consciousness, he feels something very close to the pain of being shot. Toru had killed something inside of Noboru Wataya, though. Whatever Toru had hit with the baseball bat was directly connected to the politician's stroke. Toru uses an electric shaver on his face and discovers that the blue-black mark is gone. Toru is given access to "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle."

Book 3 Chapter 37: Two Different Kinds of News (Pgs. 596-600) Analysis

Waking and dreaming diverge again with the knowledge that Toru did not harm Noboru Wataya in real life. There is significance in the realization that something he did in the hotel room stops his brother-in-law's ascent to power even if only temporarily. With Noboru...

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