Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami's books are a blend of modern culture, and fantasy. Arguably, Murakami is Japan's most famous author, his
The sky today is oddly blue, the air unseasonably warm for late October. The leaves outside our big glass panes are amber and gold, but the sun is shining through them. I soak up as much of it as I can. Soon the storms will come, and I will need the memory of sunshine on my face to get through December.
In a collection of six short stories he compiled and called "after the quake," Haruki Murakami describes the lives of six random people in the immediate aftermath of the 1995 earthquake that killed 6,434, injured 43,792, and displaced 310,000 citizens of the city of Kobe, Japan.
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Cats, jazz and wild dreams make up the writer’s beautiful novellas.
Before Haruki Murakami became the most famous living Japanese novelist who achieved the rare feat of capturing the hearts and minds of American readers as well, he was a young married man working numerous jobs in order to make ends meet.
In Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, as in many of Murakami’s books, a character’s clothing often seems
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