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If you’re not on it already, you need to board the Murakami Train. As she retreats further into her own world, Toru finds himself reaching out to others and drawn to a fiercely independent and sexually liberated young woman.

But the real question is did I enjoy it and would I recommend it? A reading that is suspiciously like dreaming, as you are transported to a time and place that is unknown, yet intimate. Pablo Neruda I don’t really know why, but I had the urge to connect this book with this particular poem of Neruda.

Naoko and Midori that won my heart. And a lot of death. And all those girls. Not everybody feels the same, though. What road do you take?

Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

View all 5 comments. After about a month of wandering, he returns to the Tokyo area and gets in contact with Reiko, who leaves the sanatorium to come visit. A little part of me was in a crowded street lined with colourful stalls selling delicious food. Considering I used same procedure ‘read the book watch the movie’ with a few other novels and was disappointed with books like ‘Let the right one in’ ‘Girl who played with fire’ ‘Never let me go’ and ‘Rosemary’s baby’ theres still hope for watching the movie adaptations of these titles, now I need to find time to watch these movies.

It makes you want to feel the intense emotions the characters experience; with dignity.

Norwegian Wood is a clear winner, and it remains as my favorite work by Murakami though, I’ve only read his first five novels, so this may clearly change, especially when I get to The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle and 1Q So I put Murakami down.


Anyway, I found Tore Watanabe easy to relate to and this made it easier for me to ignore some of the less convincing aspects of his character, like his political apathy or his social success despite his self-confessed introvert nature, not to mention his slightly promiscuous sexual emancipation.

We can only hope to touch someone else’s life and change it pdaurea ways we’re unaware of. The students at Watanabe’s college go on strike and call for a revolution.

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You finish the book and you think ‘wow, that was so powerful’, but then, when you try to grasp exactly what it was that made you think that, it’s almost impossible. There are doors that I have kept closed for years, memories of my own I thought are better left alone there, regrets and lost connections with people that were at one time the most i I straightened up and looked out the plane window at the dark clouds hanging over the North Sea, thinking of what I had lost in the course of my life: I was hsruki disoriented, my mind continually wandering, pausing to mhrakami on women, to the finer aspects of Paul’s bass playing, then moving on to the futile task of figuring out my favourite Beatles album.

She lost both a sister and her boyfriend Kizuki, and now she is half eager, half afraid of starting a relationship with Toru. The obvious answer that comes to mind for both questions is no.


It is a surprisingly simple book dealing with deeply complex themes of love, loss, life, and living. Midori reciprocates his feelings, and their friendship grows during Naoko’s absence.

The conversations between Toru and Naoko capture perfectly the sudden enthusiasms of youth, followed by moody silences and retreats into the inner haruki murakami padurea norvegiana and sometimes by philosophical musings well ahead of their age: Murakami also beautifully depicts the modernization of Japan and effect of West on Japan in those days.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The inconclusive ending was not short to what I expected from Murakami.



I craned my neck to see where the wall ended and found a photo of George looking down at me. Indicate precisely what you mean to say Yours sincerely, Wasting Away.

It works better on the page, since I never wanted to punch her in the face for doing hot dog dances or going on and on about The Shins. Don’t be like the play-it-safers that won’t do that. That’s why we can think about things in a way that’s totally divorced from anybody else. Talking about My Generation Most of the action in the novel is dialogue, the characters talking about themselves and their relationships.

Otherwise, you ruin everything. If you have not read Murakami and you enjoy literary fiction, you’re truly missing out. What then is the answer? Wikiquote has quotations related to: A year-old Toru Watanabe has just arrived in Hamburg, Germany. Even though he survived his uni days with the help of his two friends.

Reiko is someone whom every Toru and Naoko needs not just for moral support but for playing those beautiful songs and reminding more about life. Where induced feelings and your own feelings seem to resonate. This is, by no means, a romance book – no offence meant. How could such a thing have happened? 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!

I don’t know who I am in that place, I only remember what I felt. The story is set in thriving Tokyo and also shifts location to a relaxed mountainous retreat. Twenty Revolutions The birthday I feared most was my 20th. Depression, unhappiness, anxiety driving people insane and finally ending their norvwgiana.