Tag Archives: Haruki Murakami

January/February 2012 Reading List: Chronic City, Matterhorn, and The Obamas

I’m finishing up Lethem’s Chronic City and Hugh Barker/Yuval Taylor’s Faking It: The Quest for Authenticity in Popular Music.

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Monday’s Margins: Murakami, The New Inquiry, A Year in Reading

“Is our world less real than an unreal world? And if our sense of reality has fundamentally changed, how does that affect the stories we tell?”

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Haruki Murakami’s A Wild Sheep Chase

The novel is filled with such analysis-defying brilliances. “In the aquarium of my memory, it is always late autumn.” What’s not to like?

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