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Old 11-27-2011, 11:38 AM   #6
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Well, I'm sure that I did not understand all that was significant or trivial to the story. I think that if I were to reread the book then I would pick up more. I especially had trouble understanding all of the dreams. When Kiyoaki passes his dreams journal to Honda, I figured they would have significance to the other books as well. And, at the end, Kiyoaki tells Honda that he had a dream that he would see him again. I read a plot preview for the next book, Runaway Horses, so I have a general idea how reincarnation will be a recurrent theme. I suppose that future plot is also foreshadowed in Spring Snow because Honda seems particularly affected by the discussion at the beach villa with the Siamese princes about Buddhism and reincarnation.
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