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Haruki Murakami

South of the Border, West of the Sun

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The plot is simple: Hajime meets and falls in love with a girl in elementary school, but he loses touch with her when his family moves to another town. He drifts through high school, college, and his 20s, before marrying and settling into a career as a successful bar owner. Then his childhood sweetheart returns, weighed down with secrets

Murakami eschews the fantastic elements that appear in many of his other novels and stories, and readers hoping for a glimpse of the Sheep Man will be disappointed. Yet South of the Border, West of the Sun is as rich and mysterious as anything he has written. It is above all a complex, moving, and honest meditation on the nature of love, distilled into a work with the crystal clarity of a short story.
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199 halaman cetak
Publikasi asli
2016

Kesan

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    🙈Tidak Mengerti

    "if you love someone else, there’s not much anyone can do about it. you love who you love."

    what a deep and impressive story that drives you to get lost in thoughts and ends off on such an emotional note!

    and yet i didn’t like it.

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    💞Romantis

    It's worth reading.

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    👍Layak dibaca
    🔮Kearifan Tersembunyi
    🎯Bermanfaat

    Like no other Murakami creates a world so deep that you may find yourself thinking about his meanings constantly.

Kutipan

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    No matter what happened, she’d manage a smile
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    pull myself together
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    Something very much like a child playing hide-and-seek, hidden deep within her, yet hoping to be found.

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