Miehiä ilman naisia



Miehi Ilman Naisia Author Haruki Murakami Xxlhuge.eu Suosikkikirjailijan Tarinoita Rakastamisen Vaikeudesta.H Mm Stytt V N Kekseli Seen Tapaansa Murakami Kertoo Kaipuusta Ja Himosta, Unohtumattomista Naisista Ja Tunteellisista Miehist.Tarinassa Rakastunut Samsa Kertoja Muuttuu Gregor Samsaksi, Totuttelee Uuteen Tottelemattomaan Kehoonsa Ja Rakastuu Kyttyr Selk Iseen Lukkosepp Tytt N Eherazadessa Nainen Kertoo Kotiin Suljetulle Miehelle Uskomattoman Tarinan Aina Rakastelun J Lkeen Kinossa Myyntimies Irtisanoutuu Avioeron J Lkeen Ja Perustaa Baarin Er Lle Tokion Sivukujalle Asiakkaaksi Tulee Muiden Muassa Salaper Inen Nainen, Jolla On Tupakanpolttamia Ihossaan Huikeassa Tarinakokoelmassaan Murakami Yhdist Nautinnollisesti Surumielisyyden, Huumorin Ja Fantasian.Miehiä ilman naisia

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  • Hardcover
  • 276 pages
  • Miehiä ilman naisia
  • Haruki Murakami
  • Finnish
  • 10 May 2018

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  1. says:

    I saw Murakami yesterday I don t mean that in a metaphorical way I literally saw him in my home town of Odense, Denmark He received the Hans Christian Andersen Literary Award and made a few small appearances while he was here, one of which was at our local library There were only 180 of us there, and I don t think anyone left the room afterwards thinking that the event had been so so I, at least, felt dazed and enriched and happy afterwards We heard him ...

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    Men Without Women is a collection of stories about despairing men and loneliness it depicts men who try to cope with the sorrows of life after their loved one has departed from them Unable to move on, the men spend the rest of their days lamenting what they will never again feel So this is a sad collection, one that captures the harsh realities of human experience, at least, the experience some people will ultimately feel in the face of rejection The feelings the men have here are not needy Men Without Women is a collection of stories about despairing men and loneliness it depicts men who try to cope with the sorrows of life after their loved one has departed from them Unable to move on, the men spend the rest of their days lamenting what they will never again feel So this is a sad collection, one that captures the harsh realities of human experience, at least, the experience some people will ultimately feel in the face of rejection The feelings the men have here are not needy or creepy towards the women in question This certainly isn t a collection about desperate men What we have instead is successful men, often those who are married or charming with the ladies, who lose their loved one or perhaps find her for the first time They then have to get on with their loves in the wake of such a thing.Not an easy task for sure Some have different coping strategies varying in different level...

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    AudiobookI LOVED THESE STORIES They penetrated through my ears and my thoughts I was hanging on to every word walking around town completely captivated The only thing I didn t like only for a couple of minutes is when switching to a new story I wasn t ready to transition Yet, they were all fascinating amazing Quick question Do you think women drive different than men And MEN do you feel less at ease in the passenger seat with a woman driving than when a man is AudiobookI LOVED THESE STORIES They penetrated through my ears and my thoughts I was hanging on to every word walking around town completely captivated The only thing I didn t like only for a couple of minutes is when switching to a new story I wasn t ready to transition Yet, they were all fascinating amazing Quick question Do you think...

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    When you delve into a Murakami book you re never quite sure what you ll find will it be surreal and mind bending, likeThe Wind up Bird Chronicle, or darkly realistic like Norwegian Wood Well this collection of short stories certainly hasin common with the latter, though not entirely so The title gives away the linking theme, but that s too simplistic There s longing and loneliness here but also a desire to understand, to discover The tones are often deeply melancholic and are told When you delve into a Murakami book you re never quite sure what you ll find will it be surreal and mind bending, likeThe Wind up Bird Chronicle, or darkly realistic like Norwegian Wood Well this collection of short stories certainly hasin common with the latter, though not entirely so The title gives away the linking theme, but that s too simplistic There s longing and loneliness here but also a desire to understand, to discover The tones are often deeply melancholic an...

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    HE WOKE TO discover that he had undergone a metamorphosis and become Gregor Samsa Yes, that s right Kafka in reverse This must be the best opening line that I have seen in a short story for a long while It is not the first one in this collection, but it certainly grabbed my attention This collection reminded me why Haruki Murakami is one of my favourite authors.Here are some tasters Drive my CarPerforming allowed me to be someone other than myself And I could revert back when the HE WOKE TO discover that he had undergone a metamorphosis and become Gregor Samsa Yes, that s right Kafka in reverse This must be the best opening line that I have seen in a short story for a long while It is not the first one in this collection, but it certainly grabbed my attention This collection reminded me why Haruki Murakami is one of my favourite au...

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    Ja prosto obo avam ovog oveka Savr eno, na njegov svojstven na in upakovano.Svaku sam pri u do ivela kao jedan mali roman Imam ose aj da su njeno i moje srce ne im vrsto povezani Kad se njeno srce pomeri, ono sa sobom povu e i moje Kao dva amca vezano konopcem ak i da elim da prese em tu vezu, se ivo kojim bi se ona dala prese i nigde ne postoji Ja prosto obo avam ovog oveka Savr eno, na njegov svojstven na in upakovano.Svaku sam pri u do ivela kao ...

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    That s what it is like to lose a woman And at a certain time, losing one woman means losing all women That s how we become Men Without WomenHaruki Murakami, Men Without WomenThis is a soft Murakami A lot of his novels are dreamlike, but this one seemslike an emotional smell than a memory There just isn t a lot to grab onto It reminded me of petting a sea anemone flower at a local aquar...

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    Loved it I always love Murakami, even his less than perfect works but this is an excellent addition to his oeuvre I generally prefer his novels to his short fiction but these stories are wonderful.The stories all center around the loneliness of the male protagonists There are missed connections and losses and a general inability to connect or stay connected to anyone, especially women But these men seem generally isolated and lonely Even their male friendships tend to center around lost or Loved it I always love Murakami, even his less than perfect works but this is an excellent addition to his oeuvre I generally prefer his novels to his short fiction but these stories are wonderful.The stories all center around the loneliness of the male protagonists There are missed connections and losses and a general inability to connect or stay connected to anyone, especially women But these men seem generally isolated and lonely Even their male friendships tend to center around lost or unattainable women The men particularly yearn for a woman to assuage their pain Love or the lack of it is the empty center around which their lives revolve.In the title story, the narrator learns that an old lover of his has killed herself The writing in th...

  10. says:

    Dreams are the kind of things you can when you need to borrow and lend out. You know how, for many people, reading books is like travelling without leaving the comfort of their living rooms For me, reading Murakami is like returning home after a long and exhaustive trip His prose, his style, all the little well known things that make up his stories, feel like a cozy, dim lit room with dark corners and telephones that ring menacingly, like an unfortold dark turn of events, in the middle of the Dreams are the kind ...

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