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When I find the harbour hard to fathom, she appears to walk on water.

At least for a little wile. He is content to drift along and let events happen to him. View all 20 comments. I have to write things down to feel I fully comprehend them.

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There is nothing more hopeless than romantic love trying to blossom in the backdrop of a surrendered soul. She always saw right haruki murakami padurea norvegiana the other students’ arrogance, and through the way they pretended to know everything murskami because they were so scared to admit they knew nothing. Am I glad I read this book? It’s the late ’60s, the student activist movement is more active than ever, and yet Watanabe sees everything with utter disillusion.

They form the real review. What exactly was the purpose of this novel? A voice which whispers to us our deepest fears, that we are vastly different from haruki murakami padurea norvegiana rest of the world, that they haruki murakami padurea norvegiana understand who we are and that it’s only our fault it is this way.

These girls don’t develop past their base stereotypes — stereotypes typically found in any popular manga. With suicide such a strong theme through the novel, no haruki murakami padurea norvegiana than three major characters commit it, I was surprised the ending was not more of murakxmi universal ending so to speak.

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 Murakami haruki murakami padurea norvegiana of magical realism and surrealism, this book was surprisingly more realistic and, well, normal.

Paduera everybody feels the same, though. As for Toru’s sexual relationship with Naoka? Toru’s description about those characters are nlrvegiana important, despite of the fact that Toru is a very, very flawed human, being, bitten by loneliness bug, yet grows up from one stage of life to another, through heartache and grief.

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The other guys are crap.


Yes, the beauty is still there, but you have to look for it. Murakami succeeds at being the only author I’ve read that uses “penis” and “vagina” sensually. Toru Watanabe is an introverted, slightly odd college student who is in love with the beautiful and certifiably crazy Naoko.

And somehow, Watanabe and Naoko meet once again, and they fall in love; but Naoko’s mind is in pieces. View all 20 comments. I can see where your review is coming from and it’s fair, was it written by an American author In I’d agree with you but I think there’s so much more than that to the story that you got a bit blindsided by the biases of what you consider right that the whole haruki murakami padurea norvegiana got twisted to you.

The characters are fully developed representations of life and it’s meanings. Haruki murakami padurea norvegiana 10, Markus rated it did not like it Shelves: This story is more about lived experiences, where his other novels have tones of supernatural and incorporated mind games.

Unfortunately, BB deleted his page after the amazon acquisition of GR. Everything that seemed so important back then — Naoko, and the self I was then, and the world I had then: She is so stricken that norvsgiana elects to go to a sanitarium until she can haruki murakami padurea norvegiana with life again.

In between lies a cycle. And speaking of spoilers, I thought the final sex scene with the older lady for totally gratuitous. Trivia About Norwegian Wood. It’s sweet in a sickening way, and haruki murakami padurea norvegiana you feeling hazy and slightly nauseous, as if you just want to turn your head away and take harumi few steps back.

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. Jul 22, Algernon rated it it was amazing Shelves: Do you know that scent, the one of rotten fruit? Usually, her stories feature a nerdy, lonely, odd teenage boy haruki murakami padurea norvegiana hopelessly in love with a girl, usually a manic pixie, who’ll never have him.

Toru, the lead, reads Magic Mountain while visiting a sanatorium; he makes friends by talking about The Great Muraka,i haruki murakami padurea norvegiana spends a late-night reading Hermann Hesse; most pertinently to the plot, he is a lover of John Updike, particularly The Centaur. It’s darkly emotional but also surprisingly sexy and funny. At times we kick the ball around murakamk a while, laugh heartily among ourselves and leave the field, slapping each others’ backs.