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Norwegian Wood. Tokyo Blues - Haruki Murakami, Giorgio Amitrano
Norwegian Wood. Tokyo Blues
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788806183158 (880618315X)
Publisher: Einaudi
Pages no: 384
Edition language: Italian
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runner rated it
5.0 Simply sublime
A few years ago I read "What I talk about when I talk about running" which was an introduction to the wonderful world and easy writing style of Haruki Murakami. Why it has taken me so long to read more of his works I do not understand but having just finished the astounding Norwegian Wood I plan to ...
This little library of mine
This little library of mine rated it
4.0 Norwegian Wood
Beautifully written and well executed. Unfortunately, by choosing the emotionally distant writing style it fails to move me as a reader.
My Journey to Become Pretentiously Literate
My Journey to Become Pretentiously Literate rated it
4.0 Norwegian Wood
"Norwegian Wood" is a curious book. The story follows an unconventionally stable plotline, with few twists, turns, rises, falls, or denouements. This book is a journey, a linear insight into the life and growth of our melancholic main character, Toru Watanabe. Some readers will tell you that this bo...
The Villain Library
The Villain Library rated it
2.0 Norwegian Wood By Haruki Murakami
This is supposedly the novel that made "Haruki Murakami " famous . . summary : Toru, a quiet and preternaturally serious young college student in Tokyo, is devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman, but their mutual passion is marked by the tragic death of their best frien...
هزاميري rated it
3.5 they are all images of the same person
"I'm finished as a human being," she said. "All you're looking at is the lingering memory of what I used to be. The most important part of me, what used to be inside, died years ago, and I'm just functioning by auto-memory." p343
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