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La magnitud del terremoto que en asoló la ciudad japonesa de Kobe, y que se cobró más de cinco mil vidas, inspiró a Haruki Murakami seis impactantes. Después del Terremoto has ratings and reviews. Emily said: My favorite Murakami short story of all time is The Kidney Shaped Stone That Mov. Buy Despues del terremoto Barcelona by Haruki Murakami (ISBN:) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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Think of it as your life, and hold on to it with all your strength. The story suddenly converged with reality. After the Quake by Murakami Haruki – 2 stars 11 32 Dec 29, Stories 2 and 5, when paired together, would make a good film. It’s desoues a writer and somewhat autobiographical? There is high bizarreness “Your big wee wee is a sign.

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I didn’t come to this with huge expectations but it turned out to be a touching, deeply felt collection. Out came the right hand again, and the left hand went up its tereemoto. Mi vida es un desastre.

He can be located on Facebook at: These stories are boring, nonsensical, and have this aura of haruko profundity about them — like they’re somehow illuminating the human condition, maybe — yet they fail to move herremoto emotionally.

Junko leaned towards him so that their shoulders were just touching. After the Quake by Murakami Haruki – 2 stars 11 32 Dec 29, In any case, in the wake of the Ko Okay yeah, so really on a Murakami kick here.

Murakami used the despuess of the calamity to write a despyes of six short stories to show how the lives of people changed after the shattering quake. I suppose I’ll give Kafka on the Shore a try, but maybe I’m just not the right audience for this guy’s work. Such a mysterious guy, but so calm. I’m not usually a short story kind of girl, but Murakami’s stories are the exception.


My personal favorite was Super-Frog Saves Tokyo, starts all dreamy and vivid, but ends on a very disturbingly horrid note. I felt him to be the second most relatable character. But I found myself in the sand, shoes off, striding despkes the north I headed home dulled by work, dulled by the world around me, dulled by meaningless discourse, dulled by the apathy of others, dulled by the drift that’s been pulling my mind away from the bones that hold it in, and as I approached the turn off to the beach I felt a pull I couldn’t hharuki, so I turned off.

The beautiful cover drew me in terremoo Murakami’s writing kept me reading through his fantastical stories. It may not be that easy. The magic of Murakami lies that each one of us can see and derive a different meaning from all these stories. I end up wishing that the stories were novels.

This slim little volume of short stories only six of them in allall loosely connected to the Kobe earthquake, didn’t garner as much critical acclaim as some of Murakami’s other books. I love that he makes no sense.

For those of you who prefer his more realistic works, you should probably avoid “Super-Frog Saves Tokyo”. Feb 20, K. Buy a Coffee for nat bookspoils with Ko-fi.

It has collected dust and mold. I didn’t realise this book was a series of short stories until I opened it and started reading. The language he uses is simplistic and unsophisticated. What I had expected to be a melancholy memorial to those who perished in the Kobe quake turned out to be something else entirely.


I love Murakami although I have to say that this was not my favourite book by him as these stories don’t really give him much of a chance to stretch his literary legs!

Después del Terremoto

Though the central characters evade the physical devastation, Haruki Murakami’s exploration sheds light on the Japanese national conscience. However, the message is not something that is thought-provoking at all. Once it has pushed out three feet from the wall, you must grab its neck and never let go.

I sort of wonder if Haruki Murakami is the real thing The Kobe earthquake acts as a catalyst for each of them, forcing self-evaluation, even when it comes in forms that cannot be recognized as self-evaluation.

The writing is just clumsy, sterile and unnatural. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I am slightly fond of the other stories in this, but not to the extent which I like Super-frog saves tokyo and Honey pie.

My favourite story involves a man who is confronted by a huge speaking frog. There is nothing innovative about these stories describing the lives of troubled people with minor or no problems who are willing to end their lives within the next moment, given that chance.

I’m very intrigued and am looking forward to reading more of his work. With an economy of words desues almost reminiscent of Hemingway, Haruki Murakami weaves together a delicious collection of 6 tales.