Tag Archives: Haruki Murakami

1Q84

I could type and type and type and type and type and type and type and still not get to the heart of how I feel about this book. Oh boy and do I mean type and type and type. … Continue reading

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Just a Thought

Her eyes could be more eloquent—or at least speak more full sentences—than her words. But she could hardly conduct a press conference with her eyes. —Haruki Murakami/1Q84

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Just a Thought

This is starting to sound like science fiction. Am I just making up a self-serving hypothesis as a form of self-defense? Maybe it’s just that I’ve gone crazy. I see my own mind as perfectly normal, as free of distortion. … Continue reading

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Just a Thought

What we call the present is given shape by an accumulation of the past. —Haruki Murakami/1Q84 (Haruki Murakami)

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Just a Thought

“According to Chekhov,” Tamaru said, rising from his chair, “once a gun appears in a story, it has to be fired.” —Haruki Murakami/1Q84

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