Reading Murakami. Notes on 1Q84
Murakami Haruki, born in Kyoto (1949), is probably the most famous Japanese writer in Italy (more than Mishima and even more than Yoshimoto Banana) and his works are regularly translated and published by Einaudi. Murakami is also well known in the rest of Europe – his books are sold in stations and airports – and in the United States where he travelled, lived and taught before returning to his country of origin.
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