I Read Haruki Murakami’s ‘Killing Commendatore’.
At some point, I start to feel like a collection of my reviews for Murakami’s books will be called “The Murakami Dream Cliche.” I’ve now read my fourth book of his and each time, I find myself drifting to the “Description” sector of my brain towards the “feels like a…
7 de junio, 2022 — El 7 de junio corrió la voz en Twitter que daba la noticia del fallecimiento de Murakami. Muchas personas lo creímos, como es habitual, escribí un obituario. Todo fue falso, Murakami sigue vivo. Este es el obituario. YO era un aficionado al jazz y una tarde tocaba por la séptima…
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Year of Pilgrimage (Haruki Murakami)
a glance review ‘People change’ Sara said ‘True enough’ Tsukuru said ‘People do change. And no matter how close we once were, and how much we opened up to each other, maybe neither of us knew anything substantial about each other.’ This novel is one of my favorite novels written…
Circle to Infinity — An Uncanny Correlation between Haruki Murakami and Lorraine Hansberry
Ever so often in literature one comes across a coincidence, so clear and strong in its correlation that it must have some notion of truth. Subjective or not, the ability to connect literary ideas across genre, race, land borders, and even time can be a cathartic eureka moment. One such…
Conversations are taken for granted
Every day you’re talking to people. In this fast paced life, we tend to forgo good things to chase those that are better or best. Shouldn’t we take some time off our busy schedules to slow down (not stop), admire the beauty of the present and past? Recently, I’ve watched…
Murakami and Jazz.
APPARENTLY.. I would suggest that picking up one of his short story collections would be the best way to introduce Murakami in your reading. One cannot fully be engrossed in a Murakami story without having those serene and elegant jazz melodies playing in the background or on the headphones as you travel inside his world. Ref: Sara Makishti How to Read Murakami Exploring Murakami and what I suggest you should read firstmedium.com