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Philippine Daily Inquirer

If Murakami was writing about Istanbul...

In Haruki Murakami's nonfiction "Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche," Murakami tells the story of the Sarin Gas attacks in the Tokyo metro by an ominous cult: Aum Shinrikyo. The attacks led to a major trauma in Japanese ... Daily Sabah, 1 month ago
Wind Pinball by Haruki Murakami Irish Times, 2 months ago
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Be a solitary reaper but in motion, says Haruki Murakami

:35 AM First name Surname Receiver's email Email 0 HYDERABAD: We all seek solitude at different points of life. I too have resorted to it, actively on several ocassions. But a solitary journalist doesn't sound like a typical adage for a ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
CBC

Potato chips are Flea's snack of choice ahead of Red Hot Chili Peppers show at Bluesfest

1Q84 by Haruki Murakami is Flea's current read Flea spoke to CBC Radio's Alan Neal about potato chips and his musical influences shortly before his band, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, was scheduled to perform at Bluesfest in Ottawa. He's currently ...
 CBC1 month ago Red Hot Chili Peppers's Flea on how to avoid becoming 'an old fart'  CBC1 month ago
Ecns.cn

Haruki Murakami Is Alive And Well

Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami was the subject of a hoax on social media today, as a Twitter account seemingly belonging to his Japanese publisher Shinchosa tweeted a message claiming he had died. "Novelist Haruki Murakami dies. Official press ...
 Booktrade - Book2Book3 weeks ago Digital versions of Murakami Haruki's works come to China  CHINAdaily.com.cn2 months ago Murakami Haruki's works go digital in China  China.org.cn2 months ago
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News EasyBranches.com

Fiction should be marketed as 'good,' not 'Korean'

Writers such as Han Kang and Haruki Murakami are rapturously received by the international audience not because they document a certain culture or ethnicity, but because of the artistic value of their work, according to award-winning translator ...
 Korea Herald2 months ago Fiction should be marketed as good, not Korean  News EasyBranches.com2 months ago
The Express Tribune

Review: Delving into the opaque

Muraka­mi's charac­ters are always extrem­ely unique, with idiosy­ncrasi­es that are hard to forget­ Murakami's characters are always extremely unique, with idiosyncrasies that are hard to forget KARACHI: Haruki Murakami is a ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
Gulf News

The best books for the Olympics

Feeling inspired by the Rio Games? Here are some literary accompaniments to the key Olympic sports Feeling inspired by the Rio Games? Here are some literary accompaniments to the key Olympic sports. Archery: The Age of Innocence by Edith ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago

Meet Armenia's Newest Rebel Sex Symbols

Graffiti in the Armenian capital of Yerevan shows three of the Sassoun Daredevil gunmen, with the word Patriot written below. Robert Nikoghosyan Art A group of gunmen who seized a police station have become unexpected idols Just a few weeks ...
 Moscow Times2 weeks ago

KinderGuides Translate Adult Classics for Younger Readers

Melissa Medina and Fredrik Colting, co-founders of new publishing company Moppet Books, were visiting family in Kansas last Christmas, when they got the idea for KinderGuides, a line of illustrated children's learning guides based on classic films ...
 PublishersWeekly.com2 weeks ago
The Press NZ

John Freeman: the international reader

Literary editor John Freeman wonders if the internet offers readers too much choice. Writer and editor John Freeman has crossed the world in search of good writing. PHILIP MATTHEWS reports. Can the world really be as crazyas it seems? ...
 The Press NZ2 weeks ago John Freeman: international reader says the internet is a 'giant distraction'  The Press NZ2 weeks ago
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