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Ten hours on trains over the weekend gave me more than enough time to delve in Murikami for this first time. Also leaving enough time between each of the seven individual stories to emotionally recuperate. I'd never previously considered loneliness a topic that would be enjoyable to read about. This is probably the start of a rabbit hole. His Wicked sense of humour is infectious. #murakami #menwithoutwomen #bookstagram #travelreading

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2 days ago

Finally after a long reading slump finished reading this beautiful piece of writing by ~ @takashipom I am amazed by how the writing style and stories left me all numb. PS: I am in ultimate guilt why didn't I read the book before... . . #hiddenpiecesofsecret #mousumisheel #bookbloger #readingslumps #oldreading #nonfictionbooks #fictionbooks #booktube #youtuber #murakami #newreads #booktbr #readingchallenge2019 #menwithoutwomen #bookart #bookstagram #humor #writingstyle #genere #culture #lifequotes

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3 days ago

話題になった本だけど 内容を忘れてしまった もう一度  Qの階段をのぼろうか 真実はひとつ シーズン1 季節はもうすぐ4月 It is a book that became a topic I forgot the content Go up the stairs again The truth is one season 1 The season is coming soon April #harukimurakami #bookstagrammer #bookshelf #vintageuk #book #bookclub #menwithoutwomen #読書 #visit_photo_club #love_bestjapan #Lovers_Nippon #jp_gallery #cityspride #bestjapanpics_ #wp_japan #loves_nippon #team_jp #retrip_nippon #ボケフォトファン #hubsplanet #pt_life_ #nipponpic #retrip_news #art_of_japan_ #photo_jpn #daily_photo_jpn #visitjapanjp #bestphoto_japan #invisible_cool_part #lovers_amazing_group

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3 days ago

Men Without Women: Stories by Haruki Murakami, 2017. - “Examining your own heart however, is another matter. I think it’s possible to see what’s in there if you work hard enough at it. So in the end maybe that’s the challenge: to look inside your own heart as perceptively and seriously as you can, and to make peace with what you find there. If we hope to truly see another person, we have to start by looking within ourselves.”

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4 days ago

“The images whittled away at him like a sharp knife, steady and unrelenting. There were times he thought it would have been far better to never have known. Yet he continued to return to his core principle: that, in every situation, knowledge was better than ignorance. However agonizing, it was necessary to confront the facts. Only through knowing could a person become strong.” . “‘To me, it’s a kind of sickness. Thinking about it doesn’t do much good...I blame the sickness for all those things. There’s no logic involved. All I can do is accept what they did and try to get on with my life.’”~ Haruki Murakami, Men Without Women. . . . #harukimurakami #menwithoutwomen #quotes #truth #knowledge #strength #betrayal #bookstagram #books #acceptance #saturday #reading #literature

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6 days ago

| TBR | March 2019 | Book No° 26 | Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami | Rating = ? | - I got this book last summer and have been saving it for just the right time, which I feel should be this spring! I've loved the other two Murakami books I read so I imagine I'll also enjoy this one. . . . #bookstagram #bookworm #bookish #books #instabook #reading #read #tbr #bookreview #prettybooks #booksarelife #bookporn #biblophile #harukimurakami #menwithoutwomen #japanesefiction #murakami #nonfiction #springtime

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8 days ago

Repost from @vandanachoudhary1 using @RepostRegramApp - “That’s what it’s like to loose a woman. And at a certain time, loosing one woman means losing all women. That’s how we become Men Without Women. “ —Haruki Murakami My first ever Murakami 📖 I just finished reading this book Men without Women, which is a collection of seven short stories. These stories focusses primarily on men who are lonely and observes life differently with and without women. All the stories are beautifully written and are written from a man’s perfective on how women or absence of women in life affect their lives. I enjoyed each story but my favourites were Drive my Car, Scheherazade and Kino. Each story has its strangeness and uniqueness and suddenly you will find yourself being lost in the lives of the main characters of these stories. A simple yet a touching read. There’s something about Murakami’s writing that makes me feel so at peace 🍂🍃 I definitely want to read more of books soon! #harukimurakami #bookblogger #delhibookblogger #marchreads #bookreview #booksbooksbooks #vinfluencers #bookstagram #bookstagrammers #delhibloggers #books #finishedreading #bookstoread #book #menwithoutwomen #booksquotes #bookaholic #bookworm #booksofinstagram at Goa, India

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8 days ago

“That’s what it’s like to lose a woman. And at a certain time, loosing one woman means losing all women. That’s how we become Men Without Women. “ —Haruki Murakami My first ever Murakami 📖 I just finished reading this book Men without Women, which is a collection of seven short stories. These stories focusses primarily on men who are lonely and observes life differently with and without women. All the stories are beautifully written and are written from a man’s perfective on how women or absence of women in life affect their lives. I enjoyed each story but my favourites were Drive my Car, Scheherazade and Kino. Each story has its strangeness and uniqueness and suddenly you will find yourself being lost in the lives of the main characters of these stories. A simple yet a touching read. There’s something about Murakami’s writing that makes me feel so at peace 🍂🍃 I definitely want to read more of books soon! #harukimurakami #bookblogger #delhibookblogger #marchreads #bookreview #booksbooksbooks #vinfluencers #bookstagram #bookstagrammers #delhibloggers #books #finishedreading #bookstoread #book #menwithoutwomen #booksquotes #bookaholic #bookworm #booksofinstagram at Goa, India

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9 days ago

After reading four of his books, I’ve come to the conclusion that @harukimurakamiofficial is kinda weird. But I’ve been called weird too, maybe that’s why I like him so much! My two favs are Windup Bird Chronicle and Men Without Women. I highly recommend. I’m going to find another author so I don’t end up reading all of his books all year, again! #harukimurakami #menwithoutwomen #windupbirdchronicle #whatitalkaboutwhenitalkaboutrunning #southoftheborderwestofthesun #reading

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11 days ago

I found these cute penguins at my favorite used bookstore and spent my week fishing, bullfighting, and brooding with Hemingway. ⠀ Let’s break these down. ⠀ The Old Man and the Sea: This was actually my first ever Hemingway. I picked it up in college and didn’t anticipate enjoying it as much as I did. I love how straightforward he is. ⠀ Men Without Women: I found the title to be more intriguing than the stories themselves. While this wasn’t my favorite collection of short stories, I am excited to take on his complete collection later this year. ⠀ A Moveable Feast: Easily my favorite. I live for stories about Fitzgerald, Zelda, Stein, and the rest of the Lost Generation. ⠀ Reading these books made me realize Hemingway is one of those authors where I’m just as fascinated by his life as I am with his stories. ⠀ I would put Woolf, Wilde, Plath, and the Fitzgeralds in that same category. Who’s your favorite author to creep on? ⠀ ** Introducing my new plant Oscar 🎉 Don’t get too attached. His days on this earth are numbered. ⠀ at Paris, France

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12 days ago

❓ QOTD: How much does the quality of character dialogue influence your engagement with a book? --- Happy Friday, Instafam. I've been out of sorts this week, so I haven't managed the posts I wanted to. I'd planned to do a proper review of Murakami's Men Without Women earlier this week, but I'm still feeling naff, so we're going to do it informally today. As a point of note, this is actually my first Murakami book. I'd have preferred to start with something like Norwegian Wood, but this one was on offer during my last book traunch, and I could't resist. - Men Without Women is an odd little book full of short stories that doesn't lend itself to a traditional review. It focuses primarily on men who are, in various ways, alienated from the people around them. Often they're lonely, and for the most part they're missing something in their lives. In all cases, women - both in the general and the specific sense - play a pivotal role in their recognition of this fact. It's a philosophical piece, and there's plenty to muse on throughout the collection. - Unfortunately, if you're a fan of traditional fiction, the book's likely to bother you. Murakami's characters are prone to lapsing into rambling, inorganic conversations which muse on the story's themes. It's great for getting the point across - but less so if you were hoping for something that reads like human conversation. It's a difficult aspect to consider, given that Murakami's work isn't written in English and any fiction is likely to suffer as part of the translation process, but still; if dialogue is important to your immersion, you'll want to keep this in mind. --- #bibliophile #bookaholic #bookstagram #bookshelf #booksofinstagram #currentlyreading #dailybookpic #fantasy #fiction #harukimurakami #igreads #literature #menwithoutwomen #murakami #novel #philosophy #readersofinsta #reading #review #shortstories

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12 days ago

I’m feeling a little on the downside lately and it all started when Mercury Retrograde began. Could this be a sign that the astrologers were right and we should listen to them more? Anyway, today while I was at the schools, I overheard something that made me sad and I haven’t been able to get off my mind, questioning what it is I seem to be doing wrong with my life. Then I ran along this quote while reading Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami. It made me question what it means and I hope to understand it after some time. It hit me hard though... is anyone feeling as though their life is suddenly moving backwards instead of forwards recently? . . . #perplexed #thinking #astrology #mercuryretrograde #harukimurakami #harukimurakamiquotes #menwithoutwomen #menwithoutwomenbyharukimurakami #whatamIdoingwrong #howdoIgetbetter #lost

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15 days ago

“Dù có hiểu nhau thế nào, dù có yêu say đắm thế nào thì nhìn thấu trái tim người khác là điều không thể. Đòi hỏi này chỉ khiến bản thân đau khổ mà thôi. Tuy nhiên, nếu là trái tim của mình thì chỉ cần nỗ lực, chỉ nỗ lực thôi là có thể nhìn thấu được. Vì vậy, rốt cuộc điều chúng ta phải làm chẳng phải là thu xếp một cách ổn thỏa và thành thật với chính trái tim mình hay sao...” . Những người đàn ông không có đàn bà #harukimurakami #menwithoutwomen #bookstagram #bookoftheday📖 #lovestory #bookmark #tiemsachky

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15 days ago

"Once you've become Men Without Women loneliness seeps deep down inside your body, like a red-wine stain on a pastel carpet." . Toto bol prvý Murakami, ktorého som si kúpila a prečítala ešte v Írsku. Odvtedy má špeciálne miesto v mojom srdci nielen táto kniha, ale aj samotný autor. #tipnaknihu #murakami #menwithoutwomen at Dublin, Ireland

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17 days ago

My next two reads. I really wanted to check out Norwegian Wood or 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami, but I was fortunate enough to find Men Without Women. I also checked out Half a Life because the cover intrigued me, but the reviews on Goodreads are questioning. Anyways, if anyone knows a good place where I can find Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami, I’d greatly appreciate if you could let me know. . . . #nextread #harukimurakami #menwithoutwomen #menwithoutwomenbyharukimurakami #halfalife #vsnaipaul #excited #libraryday #shortstories #japan #nobleprizewinner #literature

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17 days ago

If you happen to visit viking land by ship, you might be greeted by those huge guys. They are waiting since the mid 90s. Some 20 years later stereotyping manhood without women looks somewhat outdated in this specific case as the sculpture group represents a welcome committee of the seaside town. Nontheless massive impressive! #mybonnyisovertheocean #menwithoutwomen #welcome #vikings #sculpture #gigantismus #kunstimöffentlichenraum #publicart #massiveimpressive #dermenschammeer #manbythesea #mennesketvedhavet #svendwiighansen #anotherhansen #skulpturengruppe #esbjerg #thetownslandmark #landmark #danmark #denmark #jütland #hafen #habour #seaside #seasidetown at Mennesket ved Havet

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17 days ago

QOTD: Do you make sure that you collect certain editions of your favourite author's, or do you just grab whichever covers you can get your hands on? 📚 . I'm the latter! Sure, it would be amazing to have a matching collection of books but I'm both lazy and unlucky 😂 I'll go to buy a specific edition to match my other books, and the seller will send me some random edition that no one has ever seen 🤦‍♀️ . Therefore I've given up on trying to collect specific editions and instead, I just look at my collection of mismatched books and laugh at how none of them are from the same set 😂 . For instance, take this edition of Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami.... it's absolutely gorgeous, but does it match any of my other Murakami books? Nope! Is it even the same size as a regular paperback? Of course not! But I love it all the same 😂 . . . #bookstagram #bookfeaturepage #bookish #bibliophile #instabooks #booksofinstagram #bookbloggers #paperbackbooks #booklove #bookworm #harukimurakami #menwithoutwomen

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18 days ago

. Những người đàn ông không có đàn bà #menwithoutwomen 🧔🏻❌❌👩🏻‍🦰 . Mình bắt đầu đọc cuốn sách trong khoảng thời gian mình vô cùng khủng hoảng. Những câu chuyện của những người đàn ông cô đơn đầy cô độc ấy không hiểu sao dưới lời văn của Haruki Murakami lại khiến mình cảm thấy nhẹ nhõm đến kỳ lạ. Không phải mình sung sướng trước sự đau khổ của các nhân vật. Mà mình rất đồng cảm với họ, nhưng cũng đồng cảm không hết được vs họ, vì cuộc đời họ còn buồn bã hơn cả mình ngay lúc này, mình nhận ra hình như mình chẳng phải quá khổ sở đau đớn to tát như mình nghĩ... Mỗi câu chuyện trong đây đều có một bí ẩn riêng, câu chuyện nào cũng đượm buồn nhưng lời kể lại mang đến cho người đọc cảm giác bình tĩnh và sự bình yên lạ lùng... #harukimurakami #lovestory #sadlove #bookoftheday📖

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18 days ago

#معرضمسقطالدوليللكتاب ٢٠١٩ I went to the Book Fair yesterday and for the first time ever I didn’t spend all of my money over there 😂💸 I wish if I went earlier to buy some other titles but I’m happy with the small collection of books I bought this year 📚♥️✨ . I’ve already read And the Mountains Echoed when I was 16 years old and I finally repurchased a copy cause I gifted the first one to a friend a while back. . Have you read any of the books I bought and what did you think of it? at Muscat, Oman

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20 days ago

Life is strange, isn't it? You can be totally entranced by the glow of something in one minute, be willing to sacrifice everything to make it yours, but then a little time passes, or your perspective changes a bit, and all of a sudden you are shocked at how faded it appears. What was I looking at? you wonder. So that's the story of my breaking- and entering- period. #life #motivation #time #journeyoflife #menwithoutwomen #lifequotes #lovelife #beyourself #timepassesby

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21 days ago

There is a mesmerising charm to the writing of @harukimurakamiofficial . I'm not sure if it is my deep connect and love for the Japanese or the sense of spirits and wonder is just immense in his work. Nobody can deny he writes captivating literature and I can't wait to read all his work. 🍂 . If you haven't read any of his books yet, I'd strongly recommend picking up #KafkaOnTheShore first . . 🍂 #TheBiblioSoup #HarukiMurakami #Murakami #Books #Booklovers #BookstagramIndia #Bookstagram #IGBooks #bibliophile #igreads #igreadsindia #sputniksweetheart #menwithoutwomen

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21 days ago

❓ QOTD: What are the weirdest places you (intentionally or otherwise) keep books? - Happy stack day, instafam. Been a difficult week over here, and to compound matters, I've spent most of my time tearing through Terry Pratchett e-books which means my physical stack hasn't really changed at all. I'll include the list of books at the end of the post - and in the mean time, let's talk about the fact that I still don't own a book shelf 🙈 --- I moved into this flat a year or two back, and left my dragon's hoard of books in the care of my parental units. Since then, the vast majority of my reading has been e-books, and those hard copy novels that I HAVE bought inevitably end up living in weird places, including; coat pockets, the car glove box, in the fruit bowl, and stuffed into a backpack I want to throw out but can't because it's full of books. It's not a new problem - I've been like this for years, constantly pulling books from unexpected places like some kind of literary magician - but at least previously I had somewhere to collate them when it came time to tidy up. - Bookstagram has given me an excuse to try to consolidate my library somewhat. For the time being I'm trying to restrict the active TBR pile to an unfortunate window ledge, but I'm curious to see if anyone else is as much of a book squirrel as I am. --- Currently Reading; 📖 My Sister, the Serial Killer - Oyinkan Braithwaite TBR - Hard Copy; 📚 Fire and Blood - George R.R. Martin 📚 The First Fifteen Lives - Harry August by Claire North 📚 Who Fears Death - Nnedi Okorafor 📚 Daughter of Smoke and Bone - Laini Taylor 📚 Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine - Gail Honeyman 📚 Divergent by Veronica Roth 📚 Dearly Devoted Dexter by Jeff Lindsay 📚 The Deathless - Peter Newman 📚 The Tattooist of Auschwitz - Heather Morris 📚 Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race - Reni Eddo-Lodge 📚 Bird Box - Josh Malerman 📚 Believe Me - Eddie Izzard 📚 Men Without Women - Haruki Murakami

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4 months ago

Men Without Women Author: Haruki Murakami Language: English Format: PDF/EPUB Category: Fiction Price: IDR 5,000 Cek bio dan sorotan untuk info lebih lengkap^^

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