Two pieces, inspired by Haruki Murakami's Kafka on the Shore, completed for English. I strongly suggest you to read Kafka on the Shore before you read either of these works, because [spoilers ahead]. The missing chapter is my take of what could have transpired between Kafka, Nakata, Kafka's father and/or Johnnie Walker. Oshima's Letter, for Kafka, is written near the ending of the story. Oshima explains what happened at the library when Kafka was gone, but later decides to scrap the letter and just tell Kafka in person.