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Aien een misdadige aap en een ijscoman op zijn pad en wordt geconfronteerd met de dromen die ons leven bepalen en de wensen die we koesteren Bij een onverwachte ontmoeting in Italië een romantische ballingschap in Griekenland een vakantie. Here is a story of why I am the best friend everWay back in aught 5 or so oh my god how was that a decade ago I worked at Random House I was and am still a smoker I could and do tell so many stories about how smoking has directed and redirected the course of my life here s one about books Anyway There was a guy at RH I knew a bit because we smoked at the same time and eventually I learned that he was like the head of marketing for a bunch of the big imprints At one point he made me a casual offer that if there was any book I wanted an advance copy of that was from one of the imprints under his auspices I had to but ask and he would find it for me My god I miss those days So first I swooned Then tentatively a few weeks later I asked him for the new Barrico And he got it for me Emboldened I then reuested Emb

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めくらやなぎと、眠る女 Mekurayanagi to nemuru onna

Haruki Murakami bewijst met deze fantastische verhalenbundel opnieuw dat hij elke literaire vorm beheerst De mysterieuze verhalen in Blinde wilg slapende vrouw variëren in sfeer van surrealistisch tot alledaags De lezer vindt krassende kra. Reading the books of Haruki Murakami born 1949 is like watching the films of Akira Kurosawa 1910 1998 The two are the most notable world known artists in JapanIn particular reading the 24 stories included in this collection Blind Willow Sleeping Woman is like watching Kurosawa s 1990 film Dreams three times The 8 stories in the film are said to be based on the actual dreams of Kurosawa In Murakami s Introduction to the English Edition of this book he said that Ice Man one of the 24 is based on a dream his wife had p xi Also one of Kurosawa s 8 dreams is entitled Crows while one of Murakami s short story The Rise and Fall of Sharpie Cakes is about crows that know how to distinguish genuine and fake sharpie cakes With Kurosawa gaining tremendous popularity worldwide because of his earlier films Rashomon Seven

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Op Hawaï of in de greep van het dagelijks leven worden de personages geraakt door het opgloeien van een vuurvliegje een pijnlijk verlies opvlammende erotiek of de schrijnende afstand tussen mensen die eigenlijk snakken naar elkaars nabijhe. I like to read short stories since the day I entered college because It takes me less time to finish them and plus I already feel the pleasure of reading A research shows that Filipinos were short story lovers because of our current condition fast paced world I don t know if I should nod while agreeing with the fact that we like short stories but in the darkest side I was one of the Filipinos who liked to read themWhat I really loved bout Murakami was his passion in writing novels and short stories and that was one of the things that in fact struck me after reading his English introduction of the book To put in the simplest possible terms I find writing novels a challenge writing short stories a joy If writing novels is like planting a forest then writing short stories is like planting a garden The two p


10 thoughts on “めくらやなぎと、眠る女 Mekurayanagi to nemuru onna

  1. says:

    Mekurayanagi to Nemuru Onna Blind Willow Sleeping Woman Haruki MurakamiBlind Willow Sleeping Woman is a collection of 24 sh

  2. says:

    Reading the books of Haruki Murakami born 1949 is like watching the films of Akira Kurosawa 1910 1998 The two are the most notable world known artists in JapanIn particular reading the 24 stories included in this collection Blind Willow Sleeping Woman is like watching Kurosawa's 1990 film Dreams three times The 8 stories in the film are said to be based on the actual dreams of Kurosawa In Murakami's Introduction to th

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    I have read good reviews about this book but I just couldn’t relate to them The book picked up towards the end with really nice storiesBut one has to live through “waste of time” pieces throughout the book mostly for the first three uarters before one is treated to the nice ones what is glory without suffering? Since this is a collection of short stories I've decided to rate it by story and then take the average Average ra

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    Here is a story of why I am the best friend everWay back in aught 5 or so oh my god how was that a decade ago I worked at Ra

  5. says:

    Reading Murakami Haruki is kind of like dreaming This was a book of 24 of his short stories What I noticed is th

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    I had heard a great deal about Murakami and I borrowed this book from my friend Reading this book was such a great experience The stories are so different from the work that I usually read and have a surreal dreamlike uality about them I cann

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    What is one to make of Murakami's short stories? His translator has stated that his reputation was made by his stories in Japan apart from hi

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    I like to read short stories since the day I entered college because It takes me less time to finish them and plus

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    Murakami's fiction is all about natural presence of the surreal in ordinary lives The outright absurd is readily accepted by many of the characters creating some curious protagonists bizarre stories and a thoroughly entertaining readThis is my first attempt at his short stories and frankly I am confused over some of the metaphors and symbologies in Blind Willow Sleeping Women and a few others but that I believe is in itself the beauty of hi

  10. says:

    This collection from Haruki Murakami was on my TBR explode list for March and I only meant to flip through it B