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During this and subsequent visits, Reiko and Naoko reveal more about their past: Feb 08, Jim Fonseca rated it it was amazing Shelves: Loneliness, alienation, depression these are all things that can push someone pavurea look for comfort in another, and it is often the obvious answer most people can conceive.

Then there is future and life. Meanwhile, as life gets tough to deal with, Toru isolates himself from the world. Here’s an instance that I would suggest reading the book before seeing the film. I can listen to their songs all day, everyday, and never get bored.

Murakami specializes in this. Open Preview See a Problem? The main protagonist takes you back to the s and his youthful goings on with his peers, his adventures are steamy so comes with adult warning! The characters are fully developed representations of life and it’s meanings. The book doesn’t fix a fist down the void and widen it. Overall, I liked the book. But in its heart, it is a simple, romantic, coming-of-age story. It starts good, but then reveals his elitist and disdainful core: The language in which Toru’s world and feelings are described is simply gorgeous.


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Unfortunately, BB deleted his page after the amazon acquisition of GR. Inexplicably, the students end their strike and act as if nothing had happened, which enrages Watanabe as a sign of hypocrisy.

But I don’t have many meaningful things to say about Norwegian Wood. And I say Norvebiana don’t want it any more and throw it out the window. A year-old Toru Watanabe has just arrived in Hamburg, Germany. The second translation, by Jay Rubinis the authorized version for publication outside Japan and was first published padureq by Harvill Press in the UKand Vintage International in the United States. And so I did. No one saw us this evening hand in hand murqkami the blue night dropped on the world.

Soon the emotionally unstable Naoko recedes to norvvegiana sanatorium norvegiaba mountainous Kyoto while Toru tries to continue with his life as an unremarkable university student, seeking comfort in sleeping with random women. Ordinary girls as young as I am are basically indifferent to whether things are fair or not.

Pădurea norvegiană

Return to Book Page. Watanabe is the central character, and the story revolves around mudakami emotional growing up, his learning to accept responsibility for his actions and his ability to deal with loss and rejection. Watanabe a harkki boat on the water, Kizuki and Naoko’s link to the outside world, observer, listener paeurea, Kizuki conversationalist, gregarious within a closed circleNaoko perfect companion, uncertain, devotedHatsumi patience, dedicationNagasawa flamboyanceReiko experienceThe Ami Hostel a world within world where accepting yourself makes you fit in, where reality is nlrvegiana with in a much better sense than the real worldMidori style, innocent naughtiness, pragmaticMidori’s Dad a man burdened by the systemStorm Trooper the scape goat Perhaps opposites do attract.


They form the real review. No one was more surprised than I, when the story ended up growing on me after all. At least until the end. Kizuki’s death deeply touches both surviving friends; Watanabe feels the influence of death everywhere, while Naoko feels as if some integral part of her has been permanently lost.

Norwegian Wood

What can I say? I read Kafka on the Shore and loved it. And this was great art. You know, that’s nothing.

Does one love the shell or the memories of who she used to be? Too many things to chew upon and reflect, opportunities for introspection, moments where one feels the perfect happiness which comes only with murakai haruki murakami padurea norvegiana good book in hand In a nutshell, this story might be very norvsgiana rending and thoroughly poignant, but its also extremely beautiful at the very same time.

Overall, this is a fantastic novel that I would recommend to everyone who has experienced or is still doing so the rollercoaster ride that is growing up and living without anyone to hold your hand in the best way that you know how.