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You Only Live Twice Chapter Summary & Analysis - Slay It With Flowers Summary

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Slay It With Flowers Summary

Tiger tells Bond why the death collector has not yet been arrested and prosecuted.. He asks Bond if he has read the latest story in the evening edition of the Asahi. When Bond says no, Tiger accounts a story of a young man in the suburbs of Tokyo that failed twice to get into the college of his choice. He wandered into a construction site near his home. He noticed that a pile-driver was working, so he busted through the workers. When it came down, he laid his head on the block under it.

Bond is shocked and asks what the young man's motivation was. Tiger explains that the man had brought dishonor on his parents and ancestors by failing to get into the college. He states that many see it as a noble option and dishonor can be wiped away...

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