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  1. Haha, I came here expecting to hear about the possible interpretations of the surreal experience that the trio has and what's your take on it, and instead you waste 3 minutes wondering why the most of his protagonists are men instead of women. What a waste of a review though.

  2. This is a literature nerd from Japan, thanks for your good review of Sputnik Sweetheart

    By the way, if you like this, I highly recommend to hit South of the Border, West of the Sun
    Also I wanna hear your review for this book

    Anyway, thanks for your youtube clips which make my holiday smoother

  3. This is my first video of yours, and I love the way you discuss things! I recently read Wild Sheep Chase, my first Murakami experience, and it also takes you on this literally wild and strange and mysterious journey, and leaves you with no answers effectively. But I actually love that, I never would've thought I would before that book, but it's powerful in a way. I'm excited to read more of his works, and was glad to hear your take on what you've read of his so far!

  4. I'm actually reading The Girls at the moment, I watched your video on it and I couldn't find it for ages but I finally found it in an airport last week on my way to Italy. I found the Italian version of Norwegian Wood and the Wind Up Bird Chronicle :3

    I think you'd like The Elephant Vanishes, I studied it for an English class before I left school and I had mixed feelings about it. It's a collection of short stories which, as you can guess, never really have much meaning and don't seem to be written for any particular reason unless you look for the meaning. I think there are only 2 stories of all of them with female protagonists, so you're right about the male presence in a lot of his work. I feel like with some of the stories the mundanity (if that's a word) gets a bit much if it feels like the story isn't going anywhere or you just can't see why it should mean anything, but then others are really interesting for similar reasons. I don't know, it's a very mixed bag but I still really enjoyed it. 🙂
    I've not actually read Sputnik Sweetheart or gotten round to finishing Norwegian Wood. I sometimes find it difficult to get through his longer works just because my mind needs to be occupied and I get agitated after a while when nothing that exciting happens. It's odd how you wait for so long for something to happen with the monotony of the story that as soon as even the slightest thing comes up it seems so poignant.

  5. After I watched the first few minutes I wanted to comment that every time you mentioned the book "Norwegian Wood" I had to think of the Beatles song and then I looked it up and realised the title is actually a reference to the song haha

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