スプートニクの恋人 Supūtoniku no Koibito (PDF)

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  • スプートニクの恋人 Supūtoniku no Koibito
  • Haruki Murakami
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  • 15 January 2020
  • 9788461257287

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Summary スプートニクの恋人 Supūtoniku no Koibito ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Lher de meia idade ue a emprega como secretária K é relegado para o ingrato papel de confidente Sumire porém estando de férias numa ilha grega com a sua amante desaparece misteriosamente. Being all alone is like the feeling you get when you stand at the mouth of a large river on a rainy evening and watch the water flow into the sea I can t really say why it s such a lonely feeling to watch all the river water mix together with the seawater But it really is I hope that Haruki Murakami is a forgiving sort of guy I d like to apologize for abandoning him several years ago I had picked up Kafka on the Shore set it aside and just like that never came back to Murakami again I don t know why I m a true believer in second chances It s not like me to just suddenly drop someone and never think of him or her ever again Well to be honest I have thought of Murakami on occasion but it took the encouraging nudge of a wise friend to finally convince me of another try This time I fell in love A story is not something of this world A real story reuires a kind of magical baptism to link the world on this side with the world on the other side I ve never read anything uite like this It was similar to the feeling I have when waking from the most beautiful and haunting dream My heart is expanded my heart aches There s a sense of something hard to capture fleeting it will disappear in an instant What remains is a sort of impression that is nearly impossible to explain You can t really tell anyone about it coherently because it only really makes sense to you alone It s just something you know and something you feel You can t get it out of your head Your greatest desire is to go back to sleep forever to dream that dream over and over again So what are people supposed to do if they want to avoid a collision thud but still lie in the field enjoying the clouds drifting by listening to the grass grow not thinking in other words The answer is dreams Dreaming on and on Entering the world of dreams and never coming out Living in dreams for the rest of time Somehow I need to convey what this story is about It s about a lot of things Things we can all relate to such as unreuited love loneliness loss desire friendship There are three major characters Sumire Miu and the narrator referred to simply as K Yes there s a love triangle but one that is wholly mesmerizing Sumire and K are friends of the best sort They are much like soul mates but missing a connection of intimacy on the physical level But that s not for a lack of wanting at least on K s part We used to spend hours talking We never got tired of talking never ran out of topics novels the world scenery language Our conversations were open and intimate than any lovers I imagined how wonderful it would be if indeed we could be lovers I longed for the warmth of her skin on mine One day Sumire falls in love A trip to a Greek island with her new employer Miu turns this book into something so surreal so compelling that I couldn t stop reading Murakami s use of magical realism is used flawlessly Sometimes I want to head for the hills when I get a whiff of this element in a book but here I was completely drawn to it I don t think Murakami could have gotten his point across to me uite so clearly without it Here we are in a world surrounded by people some with whom we are even the most intimate Yet we are lone souls always just missing that most elemental of connections for which we yearn People pass in and out of our lives Are we destined to never make that most perfect bond Or does there exist the one ephemeral moment in time when it is just possible that someone will come into our orbit our world and make that connection leaving behind a piercing memory of something gained and lost Just like that dream you woke up from that keeps nagging you at the back of your mind for all eternity We each have a special something we can get only at a special time of our life Like a small flame A careful fortunate few cherish that flame nurture it hold it as a torch to light their way But once that flame goes out it s gone forever I m completely sold on Murakami s writing now I went on to download a collection of his short stories right after finishing this novel I ve added to my list His writing is not extravagant not overstated Yet it s lyrical beautiful and infused with a sense of unfulfilled longing It truly resonated with this reader I closed my eyes and listened carefully for the descendants of Sputnik even now circling the earth gravity their only tie to the planet Lonely metal souls in the unimpeded darkness of space they meet pass each other and part never to meet again No words passing between them No promises to keep A Not-So-Distant Horror: Mass Violence In East Timor o ingrato papel de confidente Sumire porém estando de férias numa ilha grega com a sua amante desaparece misteriosamente. 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Summary スプートニクの恋人 Supūtoniku no Koibito ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Um jovem professor primário identificado apenas pela inicial «K» apaixona se por Sumire uma jovem aspirante a escritora uando esta entabula uma relação amorosa com Miu uma enigmática mu. I dream Sometimes I think that s the only right thing to do Sputnik Sweetheart Haruki MurakamiAs I ve stated previously my friend Srdjan is obsessed with Murakami Srdjan is so passionate about Murakami s writing that it is infectious We ve had many discussions about Murakami and he kept prodding me to read one of Murakami s novels He suggested Sputnik Sweetheart or as I call it Lust and Longing in Japan So I took up his challenge plunged into this strange magical lyrical world Sputnik Sweetheart is a novel of what could have been what might have been where worlds overlap love can never uite be divorced from lust In the world of K Sumire and Miu sex is often mistaken for love Sputnik Sweetheart is strangely haunting but oh so hard to describe is it a tale of unreciprocated love unrealized ambition and desire of always wanting Even with it being filled with unreciprocated love rather than love it is also one of the most romantic books ever written Yes at it s heart Sputnik Sweetheart is a romance novel Wait Sputnik Sweetheart is a detective novel Perhaps it s neither perhaps I m entirely wrong Hmmm do any of us really know what a Murakami novel is about Srdjan advised me not to overthink Murakami Perhaps he s right or maybe he s notI ll admit it I don t really know what Sputnik Sweetheart is about What I can tell you is that its themes are love the loss of love passion the loss of passion desire the loss of desire Are the events K relates real or a dream The only thing I do know is Sputnik Sweetheart is a beautiful novel Regardless of what Sputnik Sweetheart is about Murakami has seduced me