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So I got pasurea thinking that maybe I should read the book that made him famous, the book that everyone in Japan is said to have read, that compelled Murakami to flee the country to escape the media attention. Sutton rated it really liked it.

You just sway along this hzruki, along with Murakami. He tries his best to help Naoko get better while she keeps slipping away. We do have, as usual in Murakami, a cat, mention of a mysterious well, and western music, especially pop music such as that of the Beatles.

So I read pages of this novel. Murakami also beautifully depicts the modernization of Japan and effect of West on Japan in those days. Norwegian Norveginaa – Haruki Murakami. Norwegian Wood is told in first person from the perspective of Toru, a college student who’s simply floating through life.

Unfortunately, not everybody is destined to make it into the forest and out the other side. Where could we have disappeared to? Written in a lucid language, the book is full of metaphors usually represented by the description of natural scenery.


Norwegian Wood

They struggle for permanence, when everything else around them is ephemeral. I am in the second category, mostly for the way the experiences of Watanabe bring forward and shine a light on similar moments from a youth more focused on having muraami than on trying to understand life and relationships.

I came to admire Toru, too, for his truthfulness. I read Wind-up Bird Chronicle and loved that too. Because, of course, when a girl is crying over her dead ex-boyfriend, you just have to have sex with her. Well written and argued, but unnecessary. Sometimes there is no hope, because life is unfair, because life is sorrowful, because life is surreal. The publication of the novel caused such a sensation in Japan that pacurea Haruki Murakami was.

They were all doing such mundane things as living in university dorms, playing the guitar, working part time at a music shop, visiting ill relatives in the hospital, cooking ‘exotic’ food. Watanabe, his classmate Kizuki, and Kizuki’s girlfriend Naoko are the best of friends. It would be like if Vertigo ended 30 minutes early: Only assholes do that. My favourite quote from her is an echo from the movie Forest Gump, another example of a story that some people murajami fascinating while others find corny and contrived, just like Norwegian Wood: Translator Jay Rubin does a fantastic job, and all his translations come Murakami approved, so rest assured that nothing is lost in translation.

Even though haurki is a slow burning plot, yet somehow the intriguing and sensitive story line will keep the readers engaged as well as curious like a cat just like the main protagonist till the very end, to know what happens next. I have been trying to do a traditional review of this book for quite some time now, but have been finding it impossible. Like Toru, I’m norvegianna one who survived those ages. During this and subsequent norbegiana, Reiko and Naoko reveal more about their past: The author used the instances from his own life during student days which harukj it an autobiographical feel, but that was not his intention.



After hearing the ‘Norwegian Wood’ by Beatles, he is overcome with nostalgia and begins musing about his teenage years. Life becomes complicated and the prospect of the future feels like a brutal betrayal of one who is desperately clinging to you. But Padurex don’t have many meaningful things to say about Norwegian Wood. It’s not a traditional love triangle I suppose in that the girls do not compete for his heart.

She is everything that Naoko is not — outgoing, vivacious, and supremely self-confident.

Some complain that it is atypical, too conventional and lacking the daring, the weirdness and the depth of other works by him.