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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle - Study Guide Book 3 Chapter 38: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle #17 (Kumiko's Letter) (Pgs. 601-603) Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 38: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle #17 (Kumiko's Letter) (Pgs. 601-603) Summary

At the beginning of her letter, Kumiko admits that she has to kill her brother, Noboru Wataya. Her sister's suicide and Kumiko's promiscuity are the direct result of being defiled by their brother. Several times, she dreams of Toru close to her, willing Kumiko nearer to him. He always passes her by in the dark. She writes that she received the password by special delivery just this afternoon. Kumiko is happy the cat found its way home.

Book 3 Chapter 38: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle #17 (Kumiko's Letter) (Pgs. 601-603) Analysis

Kumiko's letter is a definite departure from what Toru encounters previously. She has reached the end of her mental tether and has become obsessed with stopping her brother. Her desire to kill him connects her with her husband in that each...

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