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Tokio blues de Haruki Murakami
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Tokio blues (original: 1987; edição: 2013)

de Haruki Murakami (Autor)

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Toru Watanabe, a quiet and preternaturally serious young college student in Tokyo, is devoted to Naoko, a beautiful and introspective young woman, but their mutual passion is marked by the tragic death of their best friend years before. Toru begins to adapt to campus life and the loneliness and isolation he faces there, but Naoko finds the pressures and responsibilities of life unbearable. 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.… (mais)
Membro:2000jas
Título:Tokio blues
Autores:Haruki Murakami (Autor)
Informação:TUSQUETS EDITORES (2013)
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Norwegian Wood de Haruki Murakami (1987)

Adicionado recentemente porRennie80, Islandmum84, SErdman, Sven1806, astridrimm, gab.nbd, redheadedhill
Bibliotecas HistóricasLeslie Scalapino
  1. 81
    The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle de Haruki Murakami (philrafferty)
    philrafferty: Murakami's masterwork.
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    O Apanhador no Campo de Centeio de J. D. Salinger (hippietrail, Jannes)
    Jannes: Many interesting parallells, and the protagonist of Norwegian Wood compares himself with Holden Caulfield from Catcher on several occations.
  3. 40
    1Q84 Book 1 de Haruki Murakami (jalonsoarevalo)
    jalonsoarevalo: MAravillosa recreación tomando como letmotiv el libro de Orwell 1984
  4. 10
    In Watermelon Sugar de Richard Brautigan (ursula)
    ursula: Murakami is influenced by Brautigan. Both are simple but weird tales of love and life.
  5. 10
    Tender is the Night de F. Scott Fitzgerald (Lex23)
    Lex23: Both books beautifully describe a difficult relationship between a man and a woman with a psychiatric background
  6. 00
    Socrates In Love: Novel (Socrates in Love) de Kyoichi Katayama (alalba)
  7. 11
    1Q84 de Haruki Murakami (PaulBerauer)
  8. 00
    Who is Mr Satoshi? de Jonathan Lee (alzo)
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This book feels like my best friend, I loved it some parts were sad deeply so but strangely it was not annoying, I sometimes get annoyed with mc where I want to tell them to snap out of it but not with this book. Haruki's writing beautifully captured the mood and expressed raw emotions ( )
  Islandmum84 | Jul 28, 2021 |
Leste nok kun de første 20 sidene. Føltes veldig tung og tørr ut, var ikke helt i humør til den slags bok. Kommer til å gi den et forsøk til i nær fremtid (håper jeg).
  Danpo | Jun 20, 2021 |
Prior to reading this book the only Murakami I had read was his non-fiction book What I Talk About When I Talk About Running. I had read in various places including this forum that his fiction work is loved by some and left others feeling disappointed. I have a copy of Kafka on the Shore but I decided I wanted to start a little bit more gently with something a little less surreal and Norwegian Wood seemed to fit the bill.

I knew little of the plot prior to reading this book and it's probably just as well. I don't think I would have read this had I known the plot more thoroughly, love stories are just not my thing. There is also a theme of suicide that runs throughout the book which really adds a dark edge to things.

I'm still not sure how he did it but Murakami managed to reach into my head and do something with it. I absolutely adored this book and yet I can't quite put my finger on why or how he managed this.

The characters are very captivating and I found myself really liking Toru. In the book he is often compared to Holden Caulfied, a character who I never really got on with. Perhaps this is down to the fact that I read Catcher in the Rye as an adult. If Caulfield had the effect on readers that Toru had on me I can see why he is put on a pedestal.

All the female characters are fascinating. Reiko is massively likeable and like a knowledgeable village elder, albeit one who had her own emotion issues to deal with. Naoko and Midori are more captivating than instantly likeable but I felt myself rooting for each one when they entered the scene. When Toru is with Naoko I felt he should choose her and vice versa when he was with Midori.

I have noticed that Murakami has a writing style which is loved by some and disliked by others. I firmly fall into the first camp, I really love the style. He has a way of leaving big spaces in descriptions which leave your imagination to fill in the gaps. This helps to create a really magical feel to things, something I think is especially important when the subject is being looked at in a nostalgic manner.

I found myself thinking about this book every time I put it down, it really got to me. Did I find anything about the book not to my liking?

Occasionally the speech is a little off in places. That could be down to the fact it is translated or that I don't get Japanese culture. However it is only occasional and it never becomes and issue. I knew what was going to happen the Naoko before it happened but again this wasn't an issue because I don't think it was meant to be a big surprise. ( )
  Brian. | Jun 19, 2021 |

It took me three weeks to finish this.
I don't know, I just keep looking for more. Maybe it's because I read his 1Q84 book first and I'm looking for some magic from this book. I went in knowing nothing but the title is from a Beatles song I once heard before.
I was going to write something about death here but I changed my mind. Welp. 3.5 stars.
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  blithelii_ | May 29, 2021 |
Markedly departing from what I know of as Murakami's style of writing; Norwegian Wood is a bildungsroman about a couple of late teens handling the death of their best friend.
As can be seen from my ratings, I didn't really like this book; the most compelling reason behind it is it failed to capture me for the most part of the book. Many times I felt I should stop midway (the fame of this book and Murakami's writing acted as deterrents).
Like typical Bildungsroman, this novel starts with the death of a character that seriously affects the protagonist. In fact, death is a continuous theme of the plot and deaths of different people are peppered across the book (whether those deaths were necessary is up for debate).
Another annoying feature of this book is the length of the chapters. The chapters are huge and it actually took me almost an hour on average to finish them.
I also could not really connect with any of the characters, the boys were typical clueless obtuse self-centered pricks and the girls whiny, conscious individuals who were overly interested in their looks even when staring at death. However, the characters have their own flavor and I believe Midori, Naoko, and Watanabe (three main characters) denote an individual's approach towards death. Midori would always be a character that I hated but would not want to change anything about.

Now, coming to its saving grace - Murakami delivers a kicker ending. The concluding paragraph in fact the concluding chapter will leave you reeling under its beauty. I would seriously advise you to jump into Reddit threads to understand the ending (at least I did that and I don't repent it).
Another thing I liked about this book is the growth of the main protagonist. I felt it was organic, though he remains constant for most part of the book but when he does grow it seems natural.

In conclusion, I feel I would have liked this book if I would have read it in its original language. But, since I have not I would tell anyone (maybe people in their late teens or early twenties can try) to stay away from this book. Norwegian Wood, in fact, would be the book that has finally convinced me to never try Murakami again. ( )
  __echo__ | May 11, 2021 |
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