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Science fiction, detective story and post-modern manifesto all rolled into one rip- roaring novel, Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World is the tour de.
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I was moved. That something as insignificant as an eyelid had its place in the workings on the universe, that the cosmic order did not overlook this momentary fact. View all 20 comments. Right Brain Upon the fields, yet of no snow, frolic an acquiescence we yet to sow, brilliant beasts, their golden fleece ready to unfurl, trod this place, the end of the world.
Upon this fantasy, comes one of two unnamed narrators who works in lieu of status, volition; vagueness washes his mind, all Kafkaesque, he becomes a dream-reading blind. On a lost elevator in the counterpart plane all events are concurrent and faintly the same; the dyadic complement of the twin conscious is a tech-savvy tokyoite obs Right Brain Upon the fields, yet of no snow, frolic an acquiescence we yet to sow, brilliant beasts, their golden fleece ready to unfurl, trod this place, the end of the world.
On a lost elevator in the counterpart plane all events are concurrent and faintly the same; the dyadic complement of the twin conscious is a tech-savvy tokyoite obsessing on pink paunches. The world unveils more pairs of people, twin librarians, old men and a gatekeeper who unlock their world in all its furious meaning a sci-fi noir completes a fantasy of dreaming.
Who knew what convolution of dreams and ideas could bring about such a spectrum of feelings? View all 14 comments. May 30, Jr Bacdayan rated it really liked it.
Two streams fall onto you at the same time. One stream is cold and revitalizing while the other is hot and soothing. Each one supplements the other and the effect creates an experience more complete than had the two not been together. An icy torrent showing how crystal clear things are, and a scorching torrent enveloping things with a blanket of moisture, both drive together to reveal you in your truest form and cleanse you of any impurity and grime.
But somehow in this book more than in any of his other works the relation between the two narrations is more personal; one could even describe it as intimate. And as you progress with your reading, you do realize the implications of each story to the other. And you start to appreciate the duality that Murakami has created across a single thread of consciousness.
You nod approvingly and realize what intricate, delicate, fragile string must hold the entire account together. In this novel that moves from beasts to coding to information laundering to anatomy, paperclips and pres pop culture and many other disparate themes one shines a light and sees the conscious self above all only to realize the unconscious self is holding the lantern. You do not fully know yourself, not even you know who you truly are. Your unconscious is some dark place probably filled with unicorns.
Accept that life is mysterious and so are you. Who am I to tell you who you are?
But these readers often end up confused more than anything. Who knows? Reading an unwanted book probably does your unconscious more harm than it does your conscious good. But consider reading this book. But remember to read for yourself, because you want to. Here the world expires and is still. A lot of the things we do, we do because others expect from us. Because we have responsibilities to family, to friends, to loved ones. But not only that, it can be that the self is dictated by those around it.
Maybe you do not realize but you like what you like because your friends like it too. Maybe your favorite book is only your favorite because your partner likes it as well. Maybe who you are is entirely based on who your friends and family are. And so when the world is stripped off, when you are alone far from everyone else, who are you? What is it that you like? What makes you happy? What drives you? Do you know? This is a novel that stirs the depths of consciousness and looks into the self unlike any other.
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Get in touch with yourself, with the truest self you can access and discover. Spend some time alone. Figure out what you want. Learn to love and appreciate who you are. You might be surprised. View all 6 comments. Feb 18, RandomAnthony rated it liked it Shelves: murakami. The Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World gets my vote the most unique and frustrating book in the Murakami catalog.
Murakami changes the context from the isolation of the well or mysterious rooms one can only sometimes enter to a place where brains are modified in ways that bridge or fail to bridge the conscious and unconscious minds for strategic purposes. But does that make for a great Murakami novel?
For fans only. Feb 12, Michael rated it it was amazing Shelves: magical-realism , science-fiction , music , fantasy , mystery , fiction , japan.
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Nice to have a job lined up, so go with the flow. He soon succumbs to the peaceful patterns of existence of this world and the kindness of people devoted to their various jobs such keeping the town running, harvesting resources, and tending to the herds of unicorn beasts. The Professor has given him the gift of a skull, which he figures is an important clue, and he spends a lot of time with a seductive librarian woman trying to identify it.
Meanwhile, in the walled town, the man there also is working with skulls and developing a relationship with a librarian. And time is running short for him to figure out the town—should he try to escape before his shadow dies?
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As a reader, I became hungry myself to understand these mysteries and the link between the two worlds. But all along the way I wanted to linger with the vitality of the warm-hearted characters experienced by the questing dual protagonists. There is much delight in simple pleasures of food and drink, affection and lust, and humor in playful conversation. In the dystopian world these pleasures are contrasted by many outside threats, while in the utopian world the promise of timelessness poses a more internal threat to their reality. There are plenty of interludes for philosophical discussions that spin naturally out of the systems of the two worlds in the same way as Plato used his famous cave as a prop for posing fundamental questions.
Some of these reflections are lighter than other. For example, our hero of the Tokyo Infowars is constantly spinning off reflections from old movies, songs, and books. He can spin a bit of aesthetic philosophy so simply: Whiskey, like a beautiful woman, demands appreciation. He is a cool customer, so casually brave in situations of danger, but he is quite conscious sometimes of a profound emptiness at his core: My life is nothing, I thought.
A blank. What have I done with my life? Not a damned thing. I had no home.
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I had no family. I had no friends. Not a door to my name.