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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World by Haruki Murakami

What is there to say about a book about un-tangible intellect and advanced subtlety to say the least? Hmmmmm……..

I think I said enough with that one question. 110 more words

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5 - June

This month was the turn of another Murakami novel. This one probably holds the award for the most convoluted title of any book I’ve read:  1,518 more words

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Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World

A Review

I think some of Murakami’s books have a slightly dissatisfying end. And many times, the plot is uncertain, and you never get it sometimes. 708 more words

Time is too conceptual. Not that it stops us from filling it in. So much so, we can’t even tell whether our experiences belong to time or to the world of physical things.

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Paraphrasing

Nearly Norwegian Wood : David Mitchell - "Number9Dream"

“‘Truth is,’ John Lennon continues, ‘”#9dream” is a descendant of “Norwegian Wood”. Both are ghost stories. “She” in “Norwegian Wood” curses you with loneliness. The “two spirits dancing so strange” in “#9 dream” bless you with harmony. 753 more words

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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World

Author: Haruki Murakami

Translator: Alfred Birnbaum

Year of Publication: 1985

Genre: Adult Fiction & Science Fiction

At about half way through the book my father asked me what it was about. 560 more words

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