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Daily Archives: July 1, 2010

Kafka on the Shore

by Rob Friesel

If you happen to be unfamiliar with Haruki Murakami: he writes these delightfully weird, surrealist1 novels that are somehow simultaneously indecisive yet utterly certain of their subjects. Declaratively ambiguous dreamscapes that are half-hatched out of unimaginable futures. So with that in mind: Kafka on the Shore is like a bizarrely Oedipal Catcher in the Rye—except […]