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Haruki Murakami - Kafka on the shore

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Hey lit, after reading "what I'm talking about when I talk about running", which I enjoyed for it's honesty and philosophical views, I decided to try something else by Murakami. My choice was "Kafka on the Shore". This thread is, of course, open for discussing the book, but I'd rather have your oppinion if I should give some of his other works a try. So here is what I thought about it (spoilers ahead): I have very ambivalent feelings about it. I kinda like his writing, the open ending, even some of the unanswered questions ("What is the other world that is opened and closed with the stone", "Who are colonel Sanders and Johnny walker", "what is up with the prophecy"). I liked some of the characters (Nakata and Hoshino) while the other characters seemed very shallow in the same sense that all the themes in this book seem shallow. Murakami tries to bring up so many philosophies and ideas that he has no time to explore any of them. The characters seem to agree with this style and just throw ideas at each other, without questioning the other persons philosophy (especially Oshima and Kafka). This is probably my biggest concern with the book: It just wants to much - is it a fairy tale, a greek tragedy or just a teenager trying to find meaning in his life? We can't find any answers because it wants to be too much. So are all of Murakamis works like this? I'd like something more streamlined, concentrated on some general themes and ideas, rather than a show-off of Murakamis knowledge of history, music, literature and philosophy. Was thinking about trying "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles" as it is one of his well received works.
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A few years back I came into possession of an antique book from my grandfather's library. The book itself is from 1856, fourth edition. Apart from some yellowing of the pages, as well as some tearing on the spine of the book, it's in good condition. I'm wondering if /lit/ would be able to do a bit of appraising, as the only creditable appraiser is a three hour drive away. Sorry for the poor quality photos.
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Milorad Pavic and Goran Petrovic. GO!
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Hey /lit/, why don't we have an interesting discussion thread? Who, if anyone, would be the best swordsman (no magic or any shit like that involved, just pure skill.) in literary canon? Unfortunately my knowledge is rather limited on the topic, but me and my friend were having a discussion after finishing the Wheel of Time series and we thought that in that particular series Lan Mandragoran would be the best swordsman. The discussion evolved to other literary universes, and names such as Lancelot himself, Duncan Idaho, Arthur Dayne, Shiro the Knight of the Cross and Drizzt were thrown around, but there may be more around. If a massive tournament were to be held, who would win as a Master Swordsman?
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Any writers out there? I have some ideas of a sci-fi world i'd like to write into a novell, or possibly short stories. Have characters and places but no story, so im leaning towards short stories... Here's the thing: I have written some stories before, but this one i'd like to be diffrent not the typical "learning by doing hero styled story" the thing is i find it really hard to write in that manner. How do i explain stuff without destroying the characters pro feeling?

i hate it when /pol/ wanders...

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go back. take your shitty threads with you.
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So is anyone going for that Amazon Breakthrough Novel, thing? I'm thinking of submitting an entry if I can manage to edit everything within the next ten days.
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What do you like about Palahniuk's novels, /v/? I love the way you learn a ton of stuff.

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