Posts tagged Ryu Murakami

Curtain call

I have learned a valuable lesson: Bitch and ye shall receive. It has been mere days since I gave the internet sad eyes and whined that Ryu Murakami was failing me. I had been reading…

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No Miso Soup for you

It has probably been two years since I read? In the Miso Soup, which I consider more than just Ryu Murakami’s flagship novel, but one of the few pieces of literature that I still draw…

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In the school year of ’69

When it comes to dizzying collections of words, Ryu Murakami has long been the writer most likely to make me wretch with glee. He’s a Level 3 sensory offender, twiddling away at a reader’s gag…

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Christa’s top 10 of 2009

In no specific order: In the Miso Soup by Ryu Murakami: Kenji is a young guide who takes tourists through Tokyo’s seedy underground. It’s an illegal job that brings him into contact with the seemingly…

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