The Windup Girl - Section 12: Chapters 29-31 Summary & Analysis

Paolo Bacigalupi
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Section 12: Chapters 29-31 Summary

In Chapter 29, reckless with his attentions, Anderson tells Emiko not to worry about Raleigh because soon things will be different and there will be no more white shirts. He gives her a key to his flat and advises her to tell Raleigh nothing. Thinking of how she was trained to believe her destiny is to serve, Emiko lashes out and breaks a bowl, refusing to clean it because she is no longer a slave. As she walks through the crowded streets, she laughs that no one recognizes her as a New Person, but while she watches the water, a man joins her, assuring her there is no reason to be afraid; however, when her movements betray her, he asks for her import permits, so Emiko runs away as he yells for someone to stop the windup. Returning to the...

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