Tag Archives: Haruki Murakami

Book Review—Wind/Pinball by Haruki Murakami

In these two stories we find an unnamed narrator and the character The Rat from A Wild Sheep Chase, two twenty-somethings contemplating their place in the world, how they got there, and whether to seek change. Continue reading

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Book Review—The Strange Library by Haruki Kurakami

Murakami’s newest book “The Strange Library” has been called many things: odd, indulgent, incomprehensible, unfinished. But though it may indeed be all of those things, that doesn’t mean that it’s “bad.” I’ve read a few incomprehensible books before. The one … Continue reading

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Book Review—Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimmage by Haruki Murakami

It’s been about two weeks since I finished Murakami’s new book “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimmage,” and I still don’t know what to say about it.  But it’s about time I said something.  Firstly, if you’ve taken a … Continue reading

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