Norwegian Wood ᛫ Haruki Murakami
In this episode we are celebrating Haruki Murakami, a writer who has been delighting readers with his unique blend of the surreal and the familiar for over 40 years. To mark the publication of new audio editions of Murakami’s beloved works, here is a special extract from Norwegian Wood, a novel published in 1987, which turned him into a literary phenomenon and which continues to delight readers new and old.
To find out more about the new audio editions of Murakami’s works, you can search for them on your usual audiobook app or click the links below:
Norwegian Wood –https://bit.ly/2IiNRGu
Kafka on the Shore – https://bit.ly/2IeTdCm
A Wild Sheep Chase – https://bit.ly/2UbgiIJ
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle –https://bit.ly/32nxyPK
The Elephant Vanishes – https://bit.ly/3eCj2s5
You can also find our previous episode, ‘Translating Murakami᛫Ted Goossen’ here – https://bit.ly/3eCj2s5
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