Suddenly, one day it changes. You’ve awakened. No again, like you have at so many junctures in the past. But you’ve awakened to the fact that you never got to be the person that you thought you were for all your waking life. 241 more words
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An episode of Lost was about time travel, possible because of the “magic” island. The person who traveled struggled to stay in the present and death would result from this back and forth between the present and the past without a constant – someone or something to hold onto, and to hold onto him, in both places, so that his presence in the present mattered. 146 more words
There are many ways to dissect and analyze a novel like The Wind–Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami. The original Japanese version of the book was released in three parts, and the English translation that I read was just over 600 pages. 704 more words