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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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  • 15 April 2019
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Free download Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ì Haruki Murakami 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 Free read · 109 Ry and post modern manifesto all rolled into one rip roaring novel Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World is the tour de force that expanded Haruki Murakami's international f. 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

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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

Free download Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ì Haruki Murakami 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 Free read · 109 'A narrative particle accelerator that zooms between Wild Turkey Whiskey and Bob Dylan unicorn skulls and voracious librarians John Coltrane and Lord Jim Science fiction detective sto. Unclose your mind You are not a prisoner You are a bird in fight searching the skies for dreams Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World Haruki MurakamiBuddy read with my friend Sr anThere is so much to say about Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World I m just not certain I m the one to say it I was never able to uite connect with the characters or the plot on an emotional level Part of the problem is that Murakami attempts to blend so many different literary genres and only partially succeeds here Is this a hard boiled detective novel or a sci fi novel Is it a romance novel or dystopian fiction I m not sure even Murakami himself can answer that And to make matters confusing Murakami threw some fantasy in here for good measure along with a dash of cold war spy thrillers It is obvious that Murakami has a love for the hard boiled detective novels of the 30 s 40 s and 50 s and while his Hard Boiled Wonderland portion of the book is interesting it s also obvious that Murakami has a lot to learn from Phillip Marlow Another issue with the Hard Boiled Wonderland portion of the book are the random references to Western culture sprinkled throughout the book References are made to films film stars and musicians for no reason other than to reference them These references do nothing to further the story in any way yet paragraphs and even pages are given over to themConfused So was Murakami And yet this book is fascinating I could not put it downMurakami promises much in this work And to be honest he delivers much Perhaps too much Murakami s Tokyo is a wonderland And we do end up at venturing to the end of the world Along the way we encounter unicorns gangsters mad scientists chubby girls clad in pink subterranean monsters seductive librarians dream readers mysterious forests and the hallucinogenic effects of music between the mind and the sub conscious mindAdding to this wonderland is the Calcutec s penis There is tremendous interest his manhood and it keeps popping up at the most inconvenient moments Where Murakami best succeeds is with the End of the World portion of the book It is a stark contrast to the neon saturated Tokyo of Murakami s wonderland In this world people surrender their shadows extract and read dreams and live in fear of a mysterious wall Yet even in this drab world the characters we encounter are no less colorful Here Murakami s writing is unencumbered by the ghosts of Marlow Cain Bradbury Jung and le Carr Upon finishing the book I was bothered with the lack of an ending Characters disappeared for no reason Plots were dropped as uickly as they appeared The book was overwritten and in need of editing and still the ending was rushedThis was only my third Murakami and second full length novel of his So I am still uite new to his work While I found the book to be utterly fascinating I am certain it is far from his best work In the end I do recommend this book Even second rate Murakami is better than many writers best efforts

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Free download Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ì Haruki Murakami 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 Free read · 109 Ollowing Tracking one man's descent into the Kafkaesue underworld of contemporary Tokyo Murakami unites East and West tragedy and farce compassion and detachment slang and philosophy'. Despite this having the End of the World in it s title I felt there was very little of the foreboding and eerie feeling from something like After Dark which in my opinion is vastly underrated and easily the best novel I ve read by him so far That felt like a nightmarish noir one that really got under my skin while this effort fell into the realms of Studio Ghibli fantasy and sci fi which isn t really my thing I liked the double narrative style which actually wasn t as complex as I thought it would be so it s relatively easy to read and Murakami s use of linguistic trickery which appears every now and again was pretty cool Again there are lots of western culture references which seems to be one of his specialities and characters that seem to have sex on their minds at the strangest of times like crawling through a sewer is another thing I ve noticed in some of his other work too Someone mentioned this is like a cross between Kafka and Philip K Dick and I can kind of see what that person was getting at I d also add that I could see from one of the two narratives a little bit of The Tartar Steppe in there too Yes I uite liked this I was intrigued for the most part but on the downside the characters felt far too flat minded much like cardboard cutouts meaning there is very little emotion in the story if any and even though it sounds wildly imaginative and inventive we do get fobbed off a bit and I found a promising theme that of the narrators shadow which seemed to hold all the answers just dwindled and went nowhere in the end