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Haruki Murakami -(1949-) Escritor y traductor japonés-“Cerrar los ojos... no va a cambiar nada. Nada va a desaparecer simplemente por no ver lo que está pasando. De hecho, las cosas serán aún peor la próxima vez que los abras. Sólo un cobarde cierra los ojos. Cerrar los ojos y taparse los oidos no va a hacer que el tiempo se detenga.”
Hoy cumple 65 años el escritor y traductor japonés Haruki Murakami: «Soy de ese tipo de personas que no acaban de comprender las cosas hasta que las ponen por escrito» («Tokio Blues», 2005). http://www.veniracuento.com/
Legend has it that on a warm day in Spring 1974 while watching a baseball game Murakami-san had the inspiration to write his first novel, later called Hear the Wind sing. It won him his first Literary award and is part of The Trilogy of the Rat together with Pinball 1973 and A Wild Sheep Chase . His career as an writer took off fast and a steady flow of Novels, Short Stories, Articles and Documentaries followed. from murakami.ch
Haruki Murakami is a contemporary popular Japanese writer known for his impressive writing style. Born in January 12, 1949, in Kyoto, Japan, Murakami’s literature holds a huge Western influence. Growing up reading Kurt Vonnegut, Raymond Chandler, and Richard Brautigan, Murakami’s writing is intellectually enlightening but delivered explicitly; it is perfect for the everyday person and literature lovers...READ MORE ON WORDSNQUOTES.COM
Haruki Murakami (b. January 12, 1949), is a Japanese writer. His works have garnered critical acclaim and numerous awards, including the Kafka Prize, the O'Connor International Short Story Award and the Jerusalem Prize. His notable works include 1Q84, Kafka on the Shore, Norwegian Wood, and The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle. His fiction, often criticized by Japan's literary establishment, is often surrealistic and nihilistic, marked by a Kafkaesque rendition of themes of loneliness and alienation.
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“I want you always to remember me. Will you remember that I existed, and that I stood next to you here like this?” ― Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood
“If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.” ― Haruki Murakami
silence, i discover, is something you can actually hear. • kafka on the shore • Haruki Murakami
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Haruki Murakami (1949) - Japanese writer. Photo by Richard Dumas
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“Concentration is one of the happiest things in my life,” he said. “If you cannot concentrate, you are not so happy. I’m not a fast thinker, but once I am interested in something, I am doing it for many years. I don’t get bored. I’m kind of a big kettle. It takes time to get boiled, but then I’m always hot.”
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"I’m not intelligent. I’m not arrogant. I’m just like the people who read my books. I used to have a jazz club, and I made the cocktails and I made the sandwiches. I didn’t want to become a writer—it just happened. It’s a kind of gift, you know, from the heavens. So I think I should be very humble." — Haruki Murakami
Haruki Murakami, my favourite author for some time. His mind, boy would I want a guided tour in there! His work is the perfect mix of reality, fantasies, jazz, philosophy and knowledge of people. To read his books is in my opinion to be comared with christmas! I believe he will survive through time with his words.
"I’m not intelligent. I’m not arrogant. I’m just like the people who read my books. I used to have a jazz club, and I made the cocktails and...
Haruki Murakami!! (this links to an article called "The Fierce Imagination of Haruki Murakami" - NYTimes.com)
Haruki Murakami (1949). Japanese writer, essayist and translator. 1979 Gunzo Award "Hear the Wind Sing"; 1982 Noma Literary Prize "A Wild Sheep Chase"; 1985 Tanizaki Prize "Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World". 1995: Yomiuri Prize (best novel) for The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle 2006: World Fantasy Award (best novel) for Kafka on the Shore 2006: Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award for Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman
“I tell you, Mr. Okada, a cold beer at the end of the day is the best thing life has to offer. Some choosy people say that a too cold beer doesn’t taste good, but I couldn’t disagree more. The first beer should be so cold you can’t even taste it. The second one should be a little less chilled, but I want that first one to be like ice. I want it to be so cold my temples throb with pain. This is my own personal preference of course.” — Haruki Murakami, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
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Contemporary Authors as Adjectives／(Haruki) Murakamiesque： Marked by dream-like surreality and communal alienation. Also, containing many cats.
Haruki Murakami - Murakamiesque: Marked by dream-like surreality and communal alienation
Haruki Murakami - I love his books. Strange, surreal but also absorbing!
Murakami’s most recent book reported as biggest-selling in Japan
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Haruki Murakami- probably my favorite author
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Haruki Murakami. The 3rd part of 1Q84 was a disappointment. After a long wait for this book (part 3 of the book), I felt that Murakami, whom I admire, wrapped up his monumental book with coarse stitches, turning it to a romance/love story, and left out all the science fiction aspect. But this is Murakami, never satisfying his readers with some reasonable end.
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Haruki Murakami: El hombre de hielo. "Me casé con un hombre de hielo. En el vestíbulo de aquel bullicioso hotel, atestado de gente joven, el hombre de hielo estaba solo, leyendo tranquilamente un libro en el rincón más alejado de la estufa. Ya casi era mediodía, pero a mí me dio la impresión de que la límpida y fría luz de la mañana todavía seguía brillando sólo a su alrededor."
Haruki Murakami, Japanese novelist known for his extensive use of Western pop culture references which spin off into a crazy form of postmodern pastiche, turns 63 today…
"if you love somebody, the love is always shifting or wavering. it's always questioning or inflating or disappearing or denying or hurting. and the thing is, you can't do anything about it, you can't control it" - haruki murakami (dance dance dance)
I'm not a fast thinker...it take time to get boiled, but then I'm always hot. - Haruki Murakami
Haruki Murakami- Amazing writer of one of my favorite works 1Q84
Haruki Murakami, quizás uno de los mejores escritores del mundo.
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Haruki Murakami - Marco Garcia photography
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Black cat with its human - Mr Haruki Murakami (Japanese writer and translator). In Japan, Haruki Murakami translates Chandler and like the American author, has a black cat
Haruki Murakami es una famoso escritor japones. En sus historias, entre la realidad y el sueño, casi siempre están presentes los gatos como elemento místico y misterioso.
Haruki Murakami and cat.Japanese novelist,author & translator.Has translated many American authors books into Japanese.Influenced by Western culture,music & literature. A literary superstar in Japan. A marathon runner & a triathlete.
Black cat with its human - Mr Haruki Murakami (Japanese writer and translator)
One of my favourite writers: Haruki Murakami (Japanese writer and translator)
Haruki Murakami, my favorite author, and a black cat!!!! Love this!
Haruki Murakami (Japanees writer of surrealistic books)
Men with cats. Black cat with Haruki Murakami
Aomame, a character from 1Q84 written by Haruki Murakami.
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Aomame, 1Q84, Haruki Murakami 5’6…Not once ounce of excess fat…The left ear much bigger than the right, and malformed, but her hair always covers her ears…Lips formed a tight straight line…Small narrow nose, somewhat protruding cheekbones, broad forehead, and long, straight eyebrows…[Face is a] Pleasing oval shape…Extreme paucity of expression. (Suggested by goya-galileo-vangogh )
Aomame, 1Q84 "5’6…Not once ounce of excess fat…The left ear much bigger than the right, and malformed, but her hair always covers her ears…Lips formed a tight straight line…"
"Images created using law enforcement composite sketch software and descriptions of literary characters." This is Aomame, 1Q84, Haruki Murakami
Aomame - 1Q84, Haruki Murakami Images created using law enforcement composite sketch software and descriptions of literary characters.
Aomame's composite sketch. Didn't know the Little People filed a report. http://thecomposites.tumblr.com/post/17442352503/aomame-1q84-haruki-murakami-56-not-once-ounce#notes
Police composite sketch of Aomame - 1Q84, Haruki Murakami
amazing composite sketches of literary characters
Composite sketches of great literary characters
WEST SIDE STORY
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Hubby and I enjoyed seeing the film with live Orchestra at Wolftrap....West Side Story "I like to be in America! O.K. by me in America! Everything free in America For a small fee in America!"
WEST SIDE STORY : Jets or Sharks? Loved this in high school. It is the Romeo & Juliet in modern times between two gangs in New York. I practiced my typing by typing out this whole book...I kid you not.
WEST SIDE STORY : Jets or Sharks? Loved this in high school. I practiced typing by typing the story...I'm not lying
West Side Story null http://www.amazon.com/dp/0792855019/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_pA.yub0GF9SPW
WEST SIDE STORY : Jets or Sharks? Loved this in high school.
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WEST SIDE STORY : Jets or Sharks?
My favorite work of art
The Getaway Car | Ann Patchett. This Kindle single is fabulous. Buy it. Read it. It is totally worth your $3 and one hour. This is Patchett's story of how she became a writer, and it's fun and inspiring and well-written. (Bonus: if you're a writer, you'll want to sit down and WRITE after you turn the last page.)
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The Getaway Car: A Practical Memoir About Writing and Life (Kindle Single) by Ann Patchett. $2.95. http://www.letrasdecanciones365.com/detailb/dpbma/Bb0m0a5wJpEuXpTyBmOa.html. Author: Ann Patchett. Publisher: Byliner (August 25, 2011). 45 pages. “The journey from the head to the hand is perilous and lined with bodies. It is the road on which nearly everyone who wants to write—and many of the people who do write—get lost.”So writes Ann Patchett in "Th...
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A story is in you.
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William Faulkner Exactly the reason why everyone talks, every one. And exactly why I don't.
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Want to write a book!!
Terrific, rare, 1969 BBC interview with Nabokov. On the pleasure and drudgery of writing: "After a month or so, I get used to the book’s final stage, to its having been weaned from my brain. I now regard it with a kind of amused tenderness as a man regards not his son, but the young wife of his son."
Nabokov on Inspiration and the Six Short Stories Everyone Should Read | Brain Pickings
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"A prefatory glow, not unlike some benign variety of the aura before an epileptic attack, is something the artist learns to perceive very early in life."
Happy Birthday, Nabokov: A BBC Documentary on Lolita & Life - “Though he never returned, Russia never really left him, either."
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In April of 1861, when the Civil War caused the suspension of civilian river traffic on the Mississippi, Sam's career as a steamboat pilot came to an abrupt end. Description from steamboattimes.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Mark Twain by Abdullah Frères, 1867.Abdullah Biraderler tarafından çekilen fotoğrafı. (1867)
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mark twain by abdullah frees, 1867.
J.K. Rowling Just Posted A New Harry Potter Short Story
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Good news for Harry Potter fans – J.K. Rowling is to publish a new Harry Potter story online as a treat for Halloween.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling wrote seven books about "The Boy Who Lived," and, as it turns out, she has a favorite chapter.
A young Harry Potter fan has hailed JK Rowling as an “inspiration” after she asked her why Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore was gay.
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Rowling herself will write the first screenplay in the 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' film series, an extension of the Harry Potter universe!!!!!!!
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'Harry Potter' Spinoff 'Fantastic Beasts' Book to Become Three Movies
J. K. Rowling Says Sorry for Harry Potter Character Fred’s Demise
Ricky Gervais tells how he learned the power of writing about the ordinary. #writingtips
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The 33 Volumes of Jorge Luis Borges’ Favorite Short Stories
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Jorge Luis Borges on Writing: Wisdom from His Most Candid Interviews | Brain Pickings by Maria Popova. "Before I ever wrote a single line, I knew, in some mysterious and therefore unequivocal way, that I was destined for literature. What I didn’t realize at first is that besides being destined to be a reader, I was also destined to be a writer, and I don’t think one is less important than the other." JLB
Latin-American author Jorge Luis Borges' literary legacyhas far-reaching philosophical reverberations. In 1972, when Borges was in his seventies and completely blind, a bright and earnest young Argentinian man of letters by the name of Fernando Sorrentino, only thirty at the time, sat down with the beloved author for seven afternoons in a tiny, secluded room in the National Library & recorded their conversations
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Discover Jorge Luis Borges’ Favorite Short Stories. And Read 7 of Them Free Online
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Junot Díaz Hates Writing Short Stories
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