3 best books by Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami Books

Japanese literature will always owe Haruki Murakami its irruption in current western literature, beyond manga for entertainment or monogatari with indigenous historical themes. Because the arrival of this writer meant a break with the trend of literature for internal consumption, opening the ...

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Music, just music, by Haruki Murakami

Murakami may be missing the rice for the Nobel Prize in Literature. So the great Japanese author may be thinking of writing about whatever, about what he likes the most, as is the case with this book. Without thinking about academics who always ...

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The Commander's Death (Book 2) by Haruki Murakami

Murakami's intention with this serial publication for such a solid block work, and that as a result of its publication dates could have closed in a single volume, cannot be other than to differentiate something that escapes us. The truth is that the story ...

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The Commander's Death, by Haruki Murakami

The followers of the great Japanese writer Haruki Murakami approach each new publication of this author with the singular desire of a new reading therapy, a session of narrative hypnosis practically necessary in our days. The arrival of the long novel The Death of the Commander is transformed into a ...

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The Birthday Girl, by Haruki Murakami

Only the greatest ones like Murakami can afford to launch special editions such as this illustrated story: The Birthday Girl. The illustrated books have a vindictive aspect in favor of the book in its traditional paper format in addition to many other contributions. This novel too ...

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