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(PDF KINDLE) 世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド Sekai no owari to hādoboirudo wandārando AUTHOR Haruki Murakami


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  • 世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド Sekai no owari to hādoboirudo wandārando
  • Haruki Murakami
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  • 05 July 2019
  • 9789876700344

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SUMMARY Ð 世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド Sekai no owari to hādoboirudo wandārando Haruki Murakami ¿ 1 SUMMARY Turo uizá no muy lejano un frío y cruel «país de las maravillas» En la primera el protagonista privado de sus recuerdos se ve impelido a leer sueños entre extraños habitantes. Whew blew me away The influences from Orwell and Kafka are clearly here Existential meditations amazingly imaginative the multitude of interesting and important thoughts that can sprout from the reader s mind The whole thing is pure genius That s the way it is with the mind Nothing is ever eual Like a river as it flows the course changes with the terrainTypically Murakami works his way through your subconscious toying with recognitions of the past and future in that magical state much like a dream but slightly different where you lose time and explore and recognize parts of yourself all while occasionally getting hit with an outburst of powerful consciousness Some of his novels Norwegian Wood and South of the Border West of the Sun for example play with the sentimental sections of the subconscious but this this is an overt exploration of the dreamlike state an ingenious different world with human beings with human thoughts and emotions like us yes But really you re thrown into two different surreal lands both existing simultaneously one world in which life is real than the other that we assume as our base or our reality In that reality we have our narrator our narrator has run into an amoral genius scientist who plays with our narrator s brain In the subconscious of our narrator s brain we have our other world also known as the end of the world This is the world that seems less real It is a world where people have literally lost their minds No they aren t crazy in fact it s just the opposite Without their own minds they have no meaningful life no strong emotion no music No love Just work In reality our narrator has a limited amount of time before he falls into his subconscious the end of the world and lives there eternally In his subconscious world he is trying to escape and has limited amount of time to do so there as wellOf course no plot summary can do this book justice it s full of thought provoking nuance and is probably best read twice It s not so strange that when your memories change the world changes There are a number of different theories that come to mind after finishing this Some are still hitting me and you know what Each theory is fascinating and important in its own way I don t want to put any spoilers in here but I d love to discuss this novel with anyone else who has read it Tennessee Reunion Williamston Wildlife Rescue #3 known as the end of the world This is the world that seems less real It is a world where people have literally lost their minds No they aren t crazy in fact it s just the opposite Without their own minds they have no meaningful life no strong emotion no music No love Just work In reality our narrator has a limited amount of time before he falls into his subconscious the end of the world and lives there eternally In his subconscious world he is trying to escape and has limited amount of time to do so there as wellOf course no plot summary can do this book justice it s full of thought provoking nuance and is probably best read twice It s not so strange that when your memories change the world changes There are a number of different theories that come to mind after finishing this Some are still hitting me and you Tempted by the Badge To Serve and Seduce #2 know what Each theory is fascinating and important in its own way I don t want to put any spoilers in here but I d love to discuss this novel with anyone else who has read it

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世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド Sekai no owari to hādoboirudo wandārando

SUMMARY Ð 世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド Sekai no owari to hādoboirudo wandārando Haruki Murakami ¿ 1 SUMMARY Dos historias paralelas se desarrollan en escenarios de nombre evocador una transcurre en el llamado «fin del mundo» una misteriosa ciudad amurallada; la otra en un Tokio de un fu. This is your brain an egg This is your brain on Murakami an egg sprouting arms and legs and attempting to hump other eggs while doing the Electric Slide and attempting to save the world to a killer soundtrack If you like Murakami you ll like it although it doesn t blend the two twisted sides of Murakami s writing as well as a book like Norwegian Wood or Kafka on the Shore In each of those novels the reader gets transitions within chapters and his talents for myth telling in both the mystical and mundane worlds is woven together like two different colored pieces of yarn fraying and blending at the end A depressed hippy juggles his daily life student and record store shop employee who occasionally trolls for women with his amoral college roommate with his intensely personal life a boy growing into a man learning about love heartbreak and death A talking cat accompanies a small boy on his adventures the boy eating a lot of diner food and not really doing much but hanging out at the library These are the things you get with Murakami but they usually coexist fairly nicely driving toward a space where fantasy and reality decide to have a nice conversationHard Boiled Wonderland And The End Of The World is aptly titled because it really is two separate stories the And is paramount they are woven together but like two noodles can be woven together but never uite mesh Oddly the formal structure of the book one chapter in reality one chapter in myth lends itself to reading the two stories as each lending to the other but one could almost until the very end read each one as independent of the other Murakami s reality is far flung and outlandish but it obeys its own rules and takes the reader for a nice tragic ride The myth is much prosaic and sedate but is clearly too serene to be reality Perhaps it is Murakami s commentary on life truth is stranger than fiction especially when the fiction is based on the truth is based on the fictionThe novel could be an ouroboros but instead it is a little like the hospital symbol of a serpent wrapped about a knife To understand this read the book I can t describe it any better than this It gets a four because it s frankly a little too self reflexive for me no main character should really ever say Stuff like this only happens in novels as far as I m concerned but it is a stylistic precursor to Murakami s most famous and best work that I ve read Kafka on the Shore so you get to see how Murakami s style evolves a dualistic peek into the development of a dichotomous author Buried Mountain Secrets killer soundtrack If you like Murakami you ll like it although it doesn t blend the two twisted sides of Murakami s writing as well as a book like Norwegian Wood or Kafka on the Shore In each of those novels the reader gets transitions within chapters and his talents for myth telling in both the mystical and mundane worlds is woven together like two different colored pieces of yarn fraying and blending at the end A depressed hippy juggles his daily life student and record store shop employee who occasionally trolls for women with his amoral college roommate with his intensely personal life a boy growing into a man learning about love heartbreak and death A talking cat accompanies a small boy on his adventures the boy eating a lot of diner food and not really doing much but hanging out at the library These are the things you get with Murakami but they usually coexist fairly nicely driving toward a space where fantasy and reality decide to have a nice conversationHard Boiled Wonderland And The End Of The World is aptly titled because it really is two separate stories the And is paramount they are woven together but like two noodles can be woven together but never uite mesh Oddly the formal structure of the book one chapter in reality one chapter in myth lends itself to reading the two stories as each lending to the other but one could almost until the very end read each one as independent of the other Murakami s reality is far flung and outlandish but it obeys its own rules and takes the reader for a nice tragic ride The myth is much prosaic and sedate but is clearly too serene to be reality Perhaps it is Murakami s commentary on life truth is stranger than fiction especially when the fiction is based on the truth is based on the fictionThe novel could be an ouroboros but instead it is a little like the hospital symbol of a serpent wrapped about a Buried Mountain Secrets knife To understand this read the book I can t describe it any better than this It gets a four because it s frankly a little too self reflexive for me no main character should really ever say Stuff like this only happens in novels as far as I m concerned but it is a stylistic precursor to Murakami s most famous and best work that I ve read Kafka on the Shore so you get to see how Murakami s style evolves a dualistic peek into the development of a dichotomous author

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SUMMARY Ð 世界の終りとハードボイルド・ワンダーランド Sekai no owari to hādoboirudo wandārando Haruki Murakami ¿ 1 SUMMARY Y unicornios de pelaje dorado En la segunda historia el protagonista es un informático cuyos servicios reuiere un inuietante científico ue juguetea con la manipulación de la men. This is a complex novel one that reuired two reads for me It tells two stories in alternating chapters In the first we meet a mild mannered data processor only all his processing is done inside his head See he can do this thing or he had this thing done to him that allows him to access both hemispheres of his brain simultaneously yet separately He gets recruited for some top secret government project led by some mad scientist type who lives holed up in a cave under a waterfall with his buxom daughter She is curious virginal and perpetually attired in pink Oh ya and this mad scientist has this uncanny ability to remove sound All the sound all the sound in the worldThe second story involves another man He has arrived in a new village One entirely surrounded by high walls really really high walls Unicorns graze and sleep in this peaceful hamlet But in this town mysteries abound He is assigned a job He is forced to give up his shadow and is put to work reading the old dreams out of unicorn skulls The town inhabitants alter his eyes and seuester him to the library where all the skulls are kept He meets a lovely assistant he works hard long hours in the dark He becomes accustomed to it All the while he is determined to have his shadow returned to him Are these two stories connected And how And these two men are they the same person two distinct people or different aspects of one subconscious Why do these two stories alternate What does the shadow signify And the unicorns Not to mention the skulls All these uestions are what keep this novel going And along the way you get the usual delightful Murakami musings And Murakami s words his prose his verbage the way he can turn a phrase it all continues to STUN me it FLOORS me and fascinates me And this novel is no exception Although I still haven t uite figured it out Yet Buried Mountain Secrets kept He meets a lovely assistant he works hard long hours in the dark He becomes accustomed to it All the while he is determined to have his shadow returned to him Are these two stories connected And how And these two men are they the same person two distinct people or different aspects of one subconscious Why do these two stories alternate What does the shadow signify And the unicorns Not to mention the skulls All these uestions are what Buried Mountain Secrets keep this novel going And along the way you get the usual delightful Murakami musings And Murakami s words his prose his verbage the way he can turn a phrase it all continues to STUN me it FLOORS me and fascinates me And this novel is no exception Although I still haven t uite figured it out Yet


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