❰KINDLE❯ ❅ 海辺のカフカ [Umibe no Kafuka] Author Haruki Murakami – Agedanna.info

海辺のカフカ [Umibe no Kafuka] Kafka On The Shore, A Tour De Force Of Metaphysical Reality, Is Powered By Two Remarkable Characters A Teenage Boy, Kafka Tamura, Who Runs Away From Home Either To Escape A Gruesome Oedipal Prophecy Or To Search For His Long Missing Mother And Sister And An Aging Simpleton Called Nakata, Who Never Recovered From A Wartime Affliction And Now Is Drawn Toward Kafka For Reasons That, Like The Most Basic Activities Of Daily Life, He Cannot Fathom Their Odyssey, As Mysterious To Them As It Is To Us, Is Enriched Throughout By Vivid Accomplices And Mesmerizing Events Cats And People Carry On Conversations, A Ghostlike Pimp Employs A Hegel Quoting Prostitute, A Forest Harbors Soldiers Apparently Unaged Since World War II, And Rainstorms Of Fish And Worse Fall From The Sky There Is A Brutal Murder, With The Identity Of Both Victim And Perpetrator A Riddle Yet This, Along With Everything Else, Is Eventually Answered, Just As The Entwined Destinies Of Kafka And Nakata Are Gradually Revealed, With One Escaping His Fate Entirely And The Other Given A Fresh Start On His Own


About the Author: Haruki Murakami

is a popular contemporary Japanese writer and translator His work has been described as easily accessible, yet profoundly complex He can be located on Facebook at



10 thoughts on “海辺のカフカ [Umibe no Kafuka]

  1. says:

    Few books have infected me with boredom induced ADD, the desire to gnaw my own foot off at the ankle, and the state of mind you might experience if forced to sit upon a nest of hornets while watching your home being burglarized, but this was one of them It took me until page 70 to stop wanting to hop up and rearrange the spice cupboard or my sock drawer every few


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    Sometimes fate is like a small sandstorm that keeps changing directions You change direction but the sandstorm chases you You turn again, but the storm adjusts Over and over you play this out, like some ominous dance with death just before dawn Why Because this storm isn t something that blew in from far away, something that has nothing to do with you This storm is you Something <


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    This was definitely an interesting read I feel like I will have to read it again for everything to fully make sense, but I was surprised by how easy this book was to follow I also loved the writing style I will definitely be giving books by Haruki Murakami ago in the future.


  6. says:

    I feel compelled to say something about this right now, simply for the fact that I have seen a lot of Murakami bickering on goodreads over the years, and it has done nothing but increase in frequency in the moments leading up to, during, and beyond the release of his mammoth novel 1Q84, meaning the last couple o months I guess I just feel a need to state my case for the man, since he seems se


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    Kafka on the Shore is a metaphor It follows no rules, it doesn t adhere to reason, and applicability is not an issue It fills you up, it tears you down A fugue of emotions are present, you can t seem to figure out which of the many different realizations flooding you is most important Waves roll up again and again on the beach of your consciousness and at first you resist, but after a while you understan


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    There are two reasons as to why I chose Kafka on the shore as my first Murakami s novel 1.The name Kafka in the title unconventional and erudite 2.There are cats in this book and they talk and I love Cats unconventional criteria Hence my journey began into Harukis s surreal world of inebriating storytelling that has surely made me addictive I was completely clueless as to what to expect from this novel and I a


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    Definitely a page turner Once you start, you just keep on reading Well, why do we stop reading a book I think we can group the reasons into three 1 Natural work, eat, toilet, eyes are tired, other distractions, etc 2 Boredom the book or its part is boring and 3 Need to Digest sometimes I read a phrase or an idea and it is either hard to understand so I read several times or too beautiful that I want it to sink in an


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