[ebook] アフターダーク Afutā dāku BY Haruki Murakami



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  1. says:

    Murakami is not a great author for passive readers If your main interest in fiction is plot and story and especially if you tend to be

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    Good ol' Murakami Every time I read him I feel my reasons for choosing a book as company over a real person legitimized again What is reading but a singular form of one sided communication? An author sends us an encoded message crafted with precision and a deep empathy arising out of their understanding of the world and humanity at large And we in turn decode it and instantly feel a pull on the invisible umbilical cord linking

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    This really isn’t a novel to be rushed This is a novel to be savoured and appreciated and I think this uote here captures a large part of the book She reads with great concentration Her eyes rarely move from the pages of the book a thick hardback A bookstore wrapper hides the title from us Judging from her intent expression the

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    Original Review March 8 2011A Midwinter Night's Tale After Dark is probably the easiest Murakami novel to read At 201 pages it's not difficult to finish in one sessionIt's also close to what you would call high concept in th

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    アフターダーク Afutā Dāku After Dark Haruki MurakamiAfter Dark is a 2004 novel by Japanese author Haruki Murakami Set in metropolitan Tokyo over the course of one night characters include Mari Asai a 19 year old student who is spending the night reading in a Denny's There she meets Takahashi Tetsuya a trombone playing student who loves Curtis Fuller's Five Spot After Dark song on Blues ette; Takahashi knows Mari's sister Eri who

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    Eye's mark the shape of the cityThere is something about Murakami that ignites connections in my brain that I don't know what to do with Such as the scene with the man on a television screen staring into a real room with a girl lying on the bed He is said to be looking in from the other side Murakami uses this same phrase when a ma

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    I wake up My room bathes in the light of the streetlamp I’m too tired to look around I close my eyes again but soon feel in my he

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    Clearly his efforts are becoming and of a nuisance because you must read his entire body of work you need to trudge through latter stuff like this one Verrrry Minor Murakami The best thing? The open endedness in some of the various hallucinatio

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    WHY DO I NOT READ MURAKAMI MORE OFTEN?Video review will be up Wednesday

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    A delightful excursion into the mentality and rhythms of night in the city and the perspectives it gives to the meaning of o

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The midnight hour approaches in an almost empty all night diner Mari sips her coffee and glances up from a book as a young man a musician intrudes on her solitude Both have missed the last train homeLater Mari is interrupted. This really isn t a novel to be rushed This is a novel to be savoured and appreciated and I think this uote here captures a large part of the book She reads with great concentration Her eyes rarely move from the pages of the book a thick hardback A bookstore wrapper hides the title from us Judging from her intent expression the book might contain challenging subject matter Far from skimming she seems to be biting off and chewing it one line at a time The words and the language seem very simple but there s much meaning here This girl is interested in this book than her surroundings it is stimulating that the people around her The title remains hidden it s a suggestion that just because we can see the outside it doesn t necessarily mean we know what is on the inside We can observe and we can see but we can never truly perceive something in its exact form This a theme Murakami carries throughout the bookFor example take the man who abuses the prostitute in the love hotel He seems like an ordinary man functional capable of going to work and able to maintain a relationship But hidden in the depths of his ordinariness is a secret darkness a need to hurt people But what is the need We never truly know Surveillance can only tell so much We know he speaks of a need but whether or not that is some malevolent desire or a choice he has to make because someone has some leverage over him we will again never actually know Night time Tokyo is captured through a camera lens it s forever gazing on the symbolic surface level of the character s existences through which Murakami slowly begins to reveal their inner workings But he never comes to any conclusions We can only glimpse and peer in As the hours approach ever closer to dawn we see a little bit Between the time the last train leaves and the first train arrives the place changes it s not the same as in daytime Time moves in it special way in the middle of the night We can look at a city at night and we can see the intertwining threads of existence but we will never see existence in its full form So the book takes on an almost movie like feel akin to something by uentin Tarantino Sure we don t have the dramatic bursts of action and the spraying blood but what we do have is conversation Long drawn out dialogue that reveals much about the characters and how they perceive the world and each other And it s intense at times and it really pulls you into to the story The exchanges are well written and almost natural in nature They ve not been forced on the page I did really enjoy this book but somehow I feel that Murakami can do better For all the interesting elements here I know he was purposely holding back for effect I really do need to read some of his books perhaps next time one that has a little plot Devoted to Drew young man a musician intrudes on her solitude Both have missed the last train homeLater Mari is interrupted. This really isn t a novel to be rushed This is a novel to be savoured and appreciated and I think this uote here captures a large part of the book She reads with great concentration Her eyes rarely move from the pages of the book a thick hardback A bookstore wrapper hides the title from us Judging from her intent expression the book might contain challenging subject matter Far from skimming she seems to be biting off and chewing it one line at a time The words and the language seem very simple but there s much meaning here This girl is interested in this book than her surroundings it is stimulating that the people around her The title remains hidden it s a suggestion that just because we can see the outside it doesn t necessarily mean we know what is on the inside We can observe and we can see but we can never truly perceive something in its exact form This a theme Murakami carries throughout the bookFor example take the man who abuses the prostitute in the love hotel He seems like an ordinary man functional capable of going to work and able to maintain a relationship But hidden in the depths of his ordinariness is a secret darkness a need to hurt people But what is the need We never truly know Surveillance can only tell so much We know he speaks of a need but whether or not that is some malevolent desire or a choice he has to make because someone has some leverage over him we will again never actually know Night time Tokyo is captured through a camera lens it s forever gazing on the symbolic surface level of the character s existences through which Murakami slowly begins to reveal their inner workings But he never comes to any conclusions We can only glimpse and peer in As the hours approach ever closer to dawn we see a little bit Between the time the last train leaves and the first train arrives the place changes it s not the same as in daytime Time moves in it special way in the middle of the night We can look at a city at night and we can see the intertwining threads of existence but we will never see existence in its full form So the book takes on an almost movie like feel akin to something by uentin Tarantino Sure we don t have the dramatic bursts of action and the spraying blood but what we do have is conversation Long drawn out dialogue that reveals much about the characters and how they perceive the world and each other And it s intense at times and it really pulls

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アフターダーク Afutā dāku

She has lain asleep for two months But tonight a the digital clock displays 0000 a hint of life flickers across the TV screen though the television's plug has been pulled outStrange nocturnal happenings or a trick of the nig. WHY DO I NOT READ MURAKAMI MORE OFTENVideo review will be up Wednesday

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Again by a girl from the Alphaville Hotel; a Chinese prostitute has been hurt by a client and she needs Mari's helpMeanwhile Mari's beautiful sister Eri sleeps a deep heavy sleep that is 'to perfect too pure' to be normal;. Afut D ku After Dark Haruki MurakamiAfter Dark is a 2004 novel by Japanese author Haruki Murakami Set in metropolitan Tokyo over the course of one night characters include Mari Asai a 19 year old student who is spending the night reading in a Denny s There she meets Takahashi Tetsuya a trombone playing student who loves Curtis Fuller s Five Spot After Dark song on Blues ette Takahashi knows Mari s sister Eri who he was once interested in and insists that the group of them have hung out before Meanwhile Eri is in a deep sleep next to a television and seems to be haunted by a menacing figure 2005 1387 191 1388 191 9789642953219 1393 190 9789647253017 21 1387 1391 198 9789643517045 18 19 1156 1156 652