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Hard-boiled wonderland and the end of the world : a novel

Auteur : Haruki Murakami; Alfred Birnbaum
Éditeur: New York : Vintage Books, 1993.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : Fiction : Anglais : 1st Vintage international edVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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The last surviving victim of an experiment that implanted the subjects' heads with electrodes that decipher coded messages is the unnamed narrator. Half the chapters are set in Tokyo, where the narrator negotiates underground worlds populated by INKlings, dodges opponents of both sides of a raging high-tech infowar, and engages in an affair with a beautiful librarian with a gargantuan appetite. In alternating  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: Fantasy fiction
Experimental fiction
Translations
Translations into English
Novela
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Type d’ouvrage: Fiction
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Haruki Murakami; Alfred Birnbaum
ISBN: 0679743464 9780679743460
Numéro OCLC: 26399689
Description: 400 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm
Contenu: Elevator, silence, overweight --
Golden beasts --
Rain gear INKlings, laundry --
The library --
Tabulations, evolution, sex drive --
Shadow --
Skull, Lauren Bacall, library --
The colonel --
Appetite, disappointment, Leningrad --
The wall --
Dressing, watermelon, chaos --
A map of the end of the world --
Frankfurt, door, independent operants --
Woods --
Whiskey, torture, Turgenev --
The coming of winter --
End of the world, Charlie Parker, time bomb --
Dreamreading --
Hamburgers, skyline, deadline --
The death of the beasts --
Bracelets, Ben Johnson, devil --
Gray smoke --
Holes, leeches, tower --
Shadow grounds --
Meal, elephant factory, trap --
Power station --
Encyclopedia wand, immortality, paperclips --
Musical instruments --
Lake, Masaomi Kondo, panty hose --
Hole --
Fares, police, detergent --
Shadow in the throes of death --
Rainy-day laundry, car rental, Bob Dylan --
Skulls --
Nail clippers, butter sauce, iron vase --
Accordion --
Lights, introspection, cleanliness --
Escape --
Popcorn, Lord Jim, extinction --
Birds.
Autres titres: Sekai no owari to hādo-boirudo wandārando.
Responsabilité: Haruki Murakami ; translated by Alfred Birnbaum.
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The last surviving victim of an experiment that implanted the subjects' heads with electrodes that decipher coded messages is the unnamed narrator. Half the chapters are set in Tokyo, where the narrator negotiates underground worlds populated by INKlings, dodges opponents of both sides of a raging high-tech infowar, and engages in an affair with a beautiful librarian with a gargantuan appetite. In alternating chapters he tries to reunite with his mind and his shadow, from which he has been severed by the grim, dark "replacement" consciousness implanted in him by a dotty neurophysiologist. Both worlds share the unearthly theme of unicorn skulls that moan and glow.

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