BOOK REVIEW

Norwegian Wood

Haruki Murakami

Demi Realino

This is probably one of the books I've read that made me feel so many things. Murakami divides his novel into two. Murakami takes on a sprawling peak into the lives of a bunch of severely damaged youths coping with the realities of what emptiness means. Murakami's Norweigan Wood was written with a fairly straightforward plot and will definitely leave you reflecting on choosing between the past and death, future and life.

BOOK DETAILS

Murakami, Haruki, 1949-,

Norwegian wood / Haruki Murakami ; translated from the Japanese by Jay Rubin. -- Vintage international open-market edition --

296 pages ; 21 cm

This is probably one of the books I've read that made me feel so many things. Murakami divides his novel into two. Murakami takes on a sprawling peak into the lives of a bunch of severely damaged youths coping with the realities of what emptiness means. Murakami's Norweigan Wood was written with a fairly straightforward plot and will definitely leave you reflecting on choosing between the past and death, future and life.

9780307744661

99053821


College students -- Japan--Tokyo--Fiction
Man-woman relationships -- Japan--Tokyo--Fiction
College students.

PL856.U673 / N6713 2000

895.6/35