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This idyllic existence is shattered by the unexpected suicide of Kizuki on his 17th birthday. Some complain that it is atypical, too conventional and lacking the daring, the weirdness and the depth of other works by him. I let that guitar strumming do what it does best, unclog my mind of everything trivially distressing.
Murakami also beautifully depicts the modernization of Japan and effect of West on Japan in those days.
The main character, Toru’s muarkami is convincingly painted by the author in the story line, as through Toru’s point of view only, readers will be able to see Reiko, Naoko, Midori and the others. I don’t know, therefore, whether it is to Murakami or Norwegian Wood’s translator Jay Rubin who I should give the credit for keeping me thoroughly engaged with this one.
View all 3 comments. I could go on and on about how odious Naoko and Reiko were but this review is getting really long and all I’ve been talking about are the characters.
I would love to relive each and every moment of murakwmi book Again and Again and Again What if somewhere inside me there is a dark limbo where all the truly important memories are heaped and slowly turning into mud? Two contradictory character traits that illustrate his above average intelligence and his lack of ambition or passion for any particular subject.
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He grew up reading a range of works by Am Murakami Haruki Japanese: In all superficial opinion, Watanabe is having a normal college life. She is very likeable and dependable. Pazienza, posso sopravvivere senza saperlo. Otherwise, muralami ruin everything.
But when you find a book that has both good story and good words, treasure that book. Haruki Murakami novelTran Anh Hung. I loved all the characters.
But I liked reading about Toru, Naoko and the rest. Girls who shouted when they were angry. And a lot of death. Hard hitting and deeply poignant. One of the best Japanese contemporary cum historical fictions that I have ever read in my lifetime. How often do we truly resolve our daemons and feel satisfied with how things went? I trudged along the edge, scratching the wall with my fingernails aching for the white door, but all I found was the wall whose austere intensity asked me to stop all further advances.
Read them, hear them and feel them. Everything that seemed so important back then — Naoko, and the self I was then, and the world I had then: I might have disliked him most because I felt guilty of some of the same attitudes in my youth: Lists with This Book.
Jul 11, Yulia rated it it was ok Shelves: Not everybody feels the same, though. What remained was the unmistakeable feeling of happiness waiting for me around the bend. Watanabe visits Naoko at her secluded mountain sanatorium near Kyoto. Part of what made the book stronger, was that the characters were so easy to relate to.
In all superficial opinion, Watanabe is having a normal college life. Is Toru a copy of Nagaswa?
The prime themes of Norwegian Wood are loneliness, existential ennui, depression and suicide. Yes, the beauty is still there, but you have to look for it.
Afterwards, Naoko leaves Watanabe a muarkami saying that she needs some time apart and is quitting college to go to a sanatorium. Now, having read two other books of his, The Wind-up Bird Chronicle and Kafka on the Shoreboth of which were obviously rampant in the classic Norvebiana themes of magical realism and surrealism, this book was surprisingly more realistic and, well, normal.
She asked me to stay and she told me to sit anywhere, So I looked around and I noticed norveviana wasn’t a chair. Set in the ’60s, Norwegian Wood has us walking through the musings of one Toru Watanabe, who looks back to the days of his youth when he participated in student protests and the people he connected with during that time.