Love, According to Haruki Murakami

By Therese Aseoche

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Haruki Murakami has enthralled people around the world with his works of fiction. From his lengthy yet gripping novels to his wide selection of poignant short stories, Murakami is a master of the written word. He explores many themes in his stories, but the common thread that binds them all is love — all the dreamy, risqué, taboo, melancholic, hopeful, and hopeless aspects of it.

Here are the gr8est things he has ever written about love:

From the novel “1Q84.”

From the novel “Norwegian Wood.”

From the novel “Sputnik Sweetheart.”

From the novel “South of the Border, West of the Sun.”

From the novel “Sputnik Sweetheart.”

From the novel “Kafka on the Shore.”

From the novel “Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World.”

From the novel “South of the Border, West of the Sun.”

 

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