Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage

De (autor) Traducere de Philip Gabriel
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A mesmerising mystery story about friendship from the internationally bestselling author of Norwegian Wood and 1Q84Tsukuru Tazaki had four best friends at school. The two boys were called Akamatsu, meaning `red pine', and Oumi, `blue sea', while the girls' names were Shirane, `white root', and Kurono, `black field'.
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ISBN-13: 9780099590378
ISBN-10: 0099590379
Pagini: 298
Dimensiuni: 126 x 198 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.22 kg
Editura: Random House
Colecția Vintage Books

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Haruki Murakamiwas born in Kyoto in 1949 and now lives near Tokyo. His work has been translated into more than fifty languages. The most recent of his many international honors is the Jerusalem Prize, whose previous recipients include J. M. Coetzee, Milan Kundera, and V. S. Naipaul. Translated by Philip Gabriel.


"Hypnotically fascinating. . . . A journey of immense magnitude, both physically. . . and, of course, metaphysically, as Tazaki attempts to make sense of his own inner world and the dreams that shape his other dimension. There are always other dimensions in Murakami's novels, and while they can seem impenetrable, they eventually feed into and help vivify the powerful personal dramas taking place on a purely human level. In the end, Murakami writes love stories, all the more tender and often tragic for their exploration of the multiple realities in which his lovers live." --"Booklist "(starred review)
"Murakami devotees will sigh with relief at finding his usual memes - the moon, Cutty Sark, a musical theme, ringing telephones, a surreal story-within-a story (this time about passing on death and possibly six fingers). That the novel sold over one million copies its first week in Japan guarantees - absolutely, deservedly so - instant best-seller status stateside as well." --"Library Journal" (starred review)
"One of Murakami's more memorable protagonists . . . a testament to the mystery, magic, and mastery of this much-revered Japanese writer's imaginative powers. Murakami's moxie is characterized by a brilliant detective-story-like blend of intuition, hard-nosed logic, impeccable pacing, and poetic revelations. . . . [He] reveals Tazaki's pilgrimage through stunning psychologically and philosophically charged passages that are alternately all too real and almost hallucinatory. . . Tazaki's quest restores him to the cycle of love, loss, and resurrection that is time's eternal flow in surprising, delightful, and sometimes frightening ways, none of which will be lost on lucky readers of this new masterpiece." --"Elle"
"A return to the mood and subject matter of the acclaimed writer's earlier work. . . . A vintage Murakami struggle of coming to terms with buried emotions and missed opportunities, in which intentions and pent up desires can seem