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There ought to be a name for the genre Murakami ( A Wild Sheep Chase ) has invented, and it might be the literary pyrotechno-thriller. The plot here is so elaborate that about 100 pages, one-fourth of the book, elapse before its various elements begin to fit together, but Murakami's lightning prose more than sustains the reader. Embellished with witticisms, wordplay and allusions to such figures as Stendhal heroes and Lauren Bacall, the tale is set in a Tokyo of the near future. Thanks to a wonderland of technology, an intelligence agent has had his brain implanted with a "profoundly personal drama" that allows him to "launder" and "shuffle" classified data, and all that he knows of the drama is its password, The End of the World. But after interference from a scientist and from the Semiotecs, a rival intelligence unit, the subconscious story is about to replace the agent's own perceptions of reality. Intertwined with the agent's attempts to understand his plight are scenes from The End of the World. Murakami's ingenuity and inventiveness cannot fail to intoxicate; this is a bravura performance. --Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Library Journal
The last surviving victim of an experiment that implanted the subjects' heads with electrodes that decipher coded messages is the unnamed narrator of this excellent book by Murakami, one of Japan's best-selling novelists and winner of the prestigious Tanizaki prize. 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. Murakami's fast-paced style, full of hip internationalism, slangy allegory, and intrigue, has been adroitly translated. Murakami is also author of A Wild Sheep Chase ( LJ 10/15/89); his new work is recommended for academic libraries and public libraries emphasizing serious contemporary fiction.
- D.E. Perushek, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville--Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Kirkus Reviews
Winner of the Tanizaki Literary prize (the Japanese equivalent of the Pulitzer), by acclaimed young Japanese novelist Murakami: a stunning combination of the contemporary and brash with elegiac allegory, all topped off by a strong measure of cyberpunk. The ``hard-boiled'' hero, 35 and divorced, is a man of possessions--a collection of imported whiskeys; interests--old American movies and cooking; but no emotions. Which, coupled with his brilliant work on computers, makes him the ideal candidate for a mysterious aging scientist holed up under the sewers of Tokyo. Here, protected by a waterfall and by flesh-devouring creatures, the INKlings, from the two competing information organizations that control everything in the country, the scientist has devised a perfect secret code by operating on the brains of selected computer workers. The hero, summoned to the scientist's lair, is presented with a unicorn's skull and told of a project called ``The End of the World.'' Alternating between these encounters with the scientist, the scientist's granddaughter, and bully-boys bent on finding out what he knows, there is the story of the ancient walled town at the end of the world. In this home of one-horned beasts, a young man arrives, is separated from his shadow, and is set to work interpreting the dreams of the skulls in the library. The two worlds increasingly connect and at the end fuse, with the hero, though certifiably dead, for the first time morally and emotionally alive and resistant to the society's pervasive control of the individual. One of those rare postmodern novels that is as intellectually profound as stylistically accomplished, by a writer with a bold and original vision. -- Copyright ©1991, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Original Language: Japanese

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Japan's most widely-read and controversial writer, author of A Wild Sheep Chase, hurtles into the consciousness of the West with this narrative about a split-brained data processor, a deranged scientist, his shockingly undemure granddaughter, and various thugs, librarians, and subterranean monsters--not to mention Bob Dylan and Lauren Bacall. --此文字指其他 kindle_edition 版本。

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  • ASIN : B07V8K552Y
  • 出版社 : 上海译文出版社; 第1版 (2019年7月23日)
  • 出版日期 : 2018年6月1日
  • 品牌 : 上海译文出版社
  • 语种: : 简体中文
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Time to give thanks.
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"Kafka on the Shore" was my introduction to Haruki Murakami. It was wonderful and I was forever connected. It was years ago now. Loved so many of his books over the years. And now It's time to give thanks for "Hard-Boiled-Wonderland At The End Of The World."
I'm 76. I've worked for almost forty years with dying folks and those experiencing catastrophic loss. These last few years my fairly constant companion, death, has come intimately into my own life. Dear ones, close, have died. And I too have little deaths often, as my body, and worse, my mind loses this, that, and sometimes the other thing.
So I began the book examining my own grief and mulling through the past, balancing, opening, letting go.
As I read, each chapter seemed to keep pace with my moment, sometimes leading, sometimes following. I spend so much of my time speaking to balance and rhythm as it relates to lifecycles. And here I was in a gentle dance with the words, the specifics of story and memory, and a sense, somehow, of healing.
As with all of his books, I hated for the words to end. But this time, I felt not a sense of loss as I read the last line, but a feeling of peace.
I would like to thank Haruki Murakami for all his books, but would especially like for him to know how powerfully "Hard-Boiled-Wonderland At The End Of The World" interacted and affected my moment.
Thank You.
Bill Schaefer
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Is this SciFi with Fantasy, or Fantasy with SciFi?
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Deeper and more introspective than Murakami's other work, and very pure.
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Better science than Interstellar...
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