A Peregrinação do Rapaz Sem Cor

A Peregrina o do Rapaz Sem Cor Nos seus dias de adolescente Tsukuru Tazaki gostava de ir sentar se nas esta es a ver passar os comboios Agora com anos feitos engenheiro de profiss o e projeta esta es mas nunca perdeu o h bit

  • Title: A Peregrinação do Rapaz Sem Cor
  • Author: Haruki Murakami Maria João Lourenço
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  • Page: 391
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  • A Peregrinação do Rapaz Sem Cor

    Nos seus dias de adolescente, Tsukuru Tazaki gostava de ir sentar se nas esta es a ver passar os comboios Agora, com 36 anos feitos, engenheiro de profiss o e projeta esta es, mas nunca perdeu o h bito de ver chegar e partir os comboios L est ele na esta o central de Shinjuku, ao que dizem a mais movimentada do mundo , incapaz de despregar os olhos daquele mar seNos seus dias de adolescente, Tsukuru Tazaki gostava de ir sentar se nas esta es a ver passar os comboios Agora, com 36 anos feitos, engenheiro de profiss o e projeta esta es, mas nunca perdeu o h bito de ver chegar e partir os comboios L est ele na esta o central de Shinjuku, ao que dizem a mais movimentada do mundo , incapaz de despregar os olhos daquele mar selvagem e turbulento que nenhum profeta, por mais poderoso, seria capaz de dividir em dois Leva uma exist ncia pac fica, que talvez peque por ser demasiado solit ria, para n o dizer ins pida, a condizer com a aus ncia de cor que caracteriza o seu nome A entrada em cena de Sara, com o vestido verde hortel e os seus olhos brilhantes de curiosidade, vem mudar muita coisa na vida de Tsukuru Acima de tudo, traz a lume uma hist ria tr gica, que a mem ria teima em n o esquecer Os quatro amigos de liceu, donos de personalidades diferentes e nomes coloridos, cortaram rela es com ele sem lhe dar qualquer explica o Profundamente ferido nos seus sentimentos, Tsukuru perdeu o gosto pela vida e esteve a um passo da morte A p ginas tantas, l conseguiu n o perder a carruagem Com Os Anos de Peregrina o de Liszt nos ouvidos, regressa cidade que o viu nascer e atravessa meio mundo, viajando at Finl ndia, em busca da amizade perdida E de respostas para as perguntas que andam s voltas na sua cabe a e lhe queimam a l ngua Ser que o rapaz sem cor vai ser capaz de seguir em fren

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    1. Brendon Schrodinger

      The phone rang as I was slicing potatoes for a massuman curry one afternoon whist listening to Gershwin s Rhapsody in Blue I didn t particularly want to answer the phone as it was likely to be a telemarketer, but it could be someone phoning about possible work So how is it so far asked a woman s voice on the other end.Our phone line is terrible, but I still did not recognize the voice Excuse me I think you may have the wrong number No, I have the correct number How are you finding Murakami s new [...]

    2. Xandra

      I wish I could tell you this book is about gregarious men, women who are than their boobs and their stupid advice, disdain for train stations, vivacious characters, solvable mysteries Hell, I wish I could tell you it s about unicorns, shoguns and samurai clans, aliens, post apocalyptic Japan, killer penguins or the Russian tundra Anything other than the old Murakami tropes again Surprising no one, the book deals with lost friendship and the exasperating whining that derives from that To be spe [...]

    3. Koen Van den Eeckhout

      To me, Murakami s books are like ice cream Many people will claim that it s just of the same, and in a way they are right But I am not complaining, because it s just of the same delicious, luscious thing Also, while a too large bowl of ice cream can cause stomach troubles maybe like The Wind Up Bird Chronicles , this time Murakami limits himself to a nice amount of 360 pages.I will not go into much detail on the plot At the age of 20, Tsukuru Tazaki is kicked out of his brotherhood of five fri [...]

    4. Hadrian

      Source of the original image here.No bingo this time.I ve had an awfully hard time trying to write a review for this one When I try to write an honest review, non professional that I am, I try to write something that s 1 substantive than what the back blurb would say, and 2 something which would help myself or any other reader distinguish this from anything else the author has written I don t always meet both of these qualifications, but here I m just at a total loss The basic tropes of Murakam [...]

    5. Sophie

      Note there s a big spoiler in this review, but I m going to mark it so you should be able to skip it I wanted to like this book I ordered it after reading the description in the German preview, and I could hardly wait The plot sounded intriguing, and this was going to be the first real novel I was going to read in Japanese, and it was by an author whose works I mostly enjoyed until then This was going to be so good And it was, in the beginning Tazaki Tsukuru used to be part of a group of very cl [...]

    6. Ian "Marvin" Graye

      From Young Adult to MatureMany of Murakami s novels deal with the transition from adolescence to adulthood This probably accounts for their amazing popularity, especially with young Japanese readers However, you have to wonder whether Murakami can continually plough the fields of this subject matter at his age, without losing his youthful audience As at the date of publication of this novel, he is aged 65, which in some countries is the traditional mandatory retirement age.I suspect that Colorle [...]

    7. s.p

      Life can only be understood backwards but it must be lived forwards S ren KierkegaardIt is a shame that we cannot relive the past, only merely recreate it We bear the scars of events we can only comprehend in retrospect, but must rely on flawed memory and biased examinations of what truly came to pass Internationally acclaimed novelist Haruki Murakami s 2014 novel,Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage a title that screams of pure Murakami whimsy and flair , is a novel about lookin [...]

    8. Darwin8u

      You can hide memories, but you can t erase the history that produced them Haruki Murakami, Colorless Tsukuru TazakiA slow soak in a bath of music, color, friends, loneliness, philosophy, creation and death Murakami is a genius at writing with emotions swirling beneath the text He gets the importance of the notes AND the silence of prose of the unsaid, dreamy place that is both recognized and strange.This isn t his most exciting work, but it is clearly not a throw away either It brings all the us [...]

    9. K.D. Absolutely

      My 13th Murakami book I am torn between 2 and 3 stars but since there are no talking cats, flying leeches or Colonel Sanders in this book, I am giving this a 3 I liked this book I mean, I loved Wind Up Bird but it was one of my first Murakami books, I was a lot younger then and I still did not know that Murakami recycles the same ingredients when he cooks.This book is almost like a rehash of Norwegian Wood Tsukuru Tazaki in this book is 36 and Toru Watanabe in Norwegian is 37 and they look back [...]

    10. Fabian

      Depressing Haruki Murakami facsimile of the most amateurish kind It s evocative, transcendent, but solely in a topically curt, almost embarrassingly superficial way The easy prose by now has entered a very comical dimension This is farce It is all simplicity, nuance it s all pretty empty Is this the beginning of the downfall of our very beloved Japanese contemporary literary master

    11. Helene Jeppesen

      As a fan of Haruki Murakami s, this book thrilled me That s because this novel combines an intriguing and puzzling plot with a beautiful and simple way of looking at life I was fascinated with the protagonist s way of thinking and dealing reasonably with life, and further it was a pleasure to once again read a story set in Japan because it inevitably intertwines with Japanese culture Regrettably, this book didn t come with a lot of magical realism which is, however, a common trait of Murakami s [...]

    12. Maria

      You can hide memories, but you can t erase the history that produced them This is barely my second Murakami reading Having Kafka on the Shore in my mind, read just a couple of months ago, I thought I would also find that bizarre, transcendental and almost phantasmagorical similar experience Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage is written under a complete different ambiance, yet it possesses certain Murakami essentials I begin to recognize in his style and probably every other Mur [...]

    13. Praveen

      My book with all decorations There are two divisions in people who read Haruki Murakami s books.First one being, those who are addicted to his universe a different sphere of reality, where at a special time and place imagination had been set free Once you are in, you never want to come to reality like a person who had his first gulp of his drink, feels a gust of wind swooping inside his skull and feels as if his brain is floating with a sparkling smile on the corner of his lips And latter one, t [...]

    14. Melanie

      Here s a review I m not looking forward to write So I will leave the preamble to Robert J Wiersema s thoughts in The National Post, which sadly echoed my sentiments exactly Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and his Years of Pilgrimage is a stirring novel of loss and conciliation, of unanswerable mysteries, fragile hope There are passages of considerable beauty and insight, and moments of magic and a sense of the sublime which we have come to expect from Murakami At its most basic level, it will satisfy m [...]

    15. Lea

      My first Murakami, and probably my last After all the raves for Murakami, I expected this to blow me away Even as I found my enthusiasm waning, I still thought there would come a point where the author would pull all the pieces together and I would have this sudden a ha moment I was really looking forward to that Even when I reached the point of literally forcing myself to continue come on, you can do it, only three chapters I STILL thought there would be SOMETHING to make the whole endeavor wo [...]

    16. Matthew Quann

      Haruki Murakami and I are breaking up, and it s him, not me I was at first enchanted by 1Q84 s mystery, unique, easy to read style and peculiar dialogue I was less impressed by my second dip into the Murakami pool in The Wind Up Bird Chronicle, though I realize a lot of people love that novel So, this was it, Murakami s last chance Would he wow me with Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, or leave me out in the cold.Dear reader, the star rating is at the top, so you already know [...]

    17. J.L. Sutton

      Tsukuru Tazaki s life looks like it s going well, but he s emotionally stuck He s located the place in the past where he s stuck, a time when close friends inexplicably banish him from their group, but 16 years later he still doesn t know why What follows is a compelling idiosyncratic odyssey in search of answers and identity Murakami s novel is a meditation on moving forward and coming to terms with a past which will always be outside our reach, always incomprehensible I look forward to reading [...]

    18. Michael

      Now several weeks after reading this, the man who seeks his color still sticks in my mind in a sad and sweet way You have to relinquish your expectations based on what you may love in Murikami s other writing, his wild rides of personal discovery with comic overlays of head scratching mystery and magic realism No cats or Colonel Sanders Instead, we get a story of a man frozen in his development due to an abandonment by a special circle of friends from school The persistent dwelling by Tazaki on [...]

    19. Ahmad Sharabiani

      Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, Haruki Murakami 2015 1393 302 9786002294340 21 1393 312 9786009481606 21 1393 298 9786007642016 21 1394 324 9786001198250 1394 304 9786007567128 .

    20. Tony

      I m sorry, but I have to ask you not to call us any.So says one of Tsukuru Tazaki s four close knit friends in high school They were inseparable, four fingers and a thumb But without explanation, Tsukuru is cut loose.And so, colorless, Tsukuru Tazaki watches train stations I thought maybe Murakami was channeling Bohumil Hrabal, but he s not Then he builds train stations Yet his life is a void So Murakami, this time without the magic realism, tells us why Tsukuru was rejected and we watch to see [...]

    21. Jr Bacdayan

      On his 20th year all Tsukuru Tazaki could think about was dying funny how the opening lines of a novel can hit you like an arrow through the heart Like Tsukuru I m twenty years old right now and if I m going to be honest to myself and to you dear reader, it would be a lie if I said I ve never thought about dying To explain it, there is a word used often but seldom understood Depression Not only a word, than an emotional state, beyond Kubler Ross stage of grief, it is a living form of intense so [...]

    22. 7jane

      Tsukuru Tazaki, at 36 a railways station and its repair planner, is telling to his newest friend, Sara, about an important incident in his past, one that has left a great mark on him a some level of blocking inside and that still smarts today sixteen years ago, a group of close friends of his suddenly cut all contact with him, leaving him with a months long crisis that left both changes in looks and in how he views himself All of them had color related names, which made him call himself Colorles [...]

    23. Michelle Sung

      Murakami s latest, Colorless Tasaki Tsukuru and His Years of Pilgrimage has been compared to his earlier work, Norwegian Wood by the press, and yes it is similar in that it touches upon similar themes such as the loss of innocence But i d say it is about the loss of self identity in a broader sense, the arbritrariness of human relationships and our stubborn pursuit for meaning in denial of that arbitrariness , and also the ennui that creeps in during one s 30s and 40s i.eyou re not yet too old t [...]

    24. Oscar

      Los a os de peregrinaci n del chico sin color es quiz la menos murakamiana de las novelas del autor japon s La historia atrapa desde la primera p gina, como es habitual en la obra de Murakami, pero se echa en falta esa atm sfera hipn tica y misteriosa tan caracter stica, donde se sirve de cierto realismo m gico y universos paralelos para explicarnos lo incierto del alma humana Esta vez, Murakami opta por una historia m s realista, sin apenas fantas a, salvo algunos sue os un tanto irreales del p [...]

    25. switterbug (Betsey)

      Murakami is an artist of seduction when it comes to themes of alienation and dislocation He takes you into a surreal world, where dreams and reality overlap, classical and jazz music is imbued, and the lonely hero has a soulful journey enriched by his subconscious provocations His latest novel is tightly focused, tautly controlled than any of his others that I have read It concerns railroad station engineer and loner Tsukuru Tazaki, a thirty six year old at a liminal stage between letting go an [...]

    26. Arielle Walker

      If you ve seen my 1Q84 review then you ll know my one and only previous experience with Haruki Murakami s work was not a positive one I hated 1Q84 Hated it I won t go into detail here, I took up enough words on it in my review Fortunately, when I voiced this opinion a little nervously it s a very popular book not only did some people actually agree with me, but I was also overwhelmingly reassured that 1Q84 is not definitive of Murakami s writing Determined to give him another chance, I was tent [...]

    27. Diane S ☔

      For most of his teenage age Colorless was part of an inseparable five person group, three boys, two girls Until one day he wasn t, told he had done something so terrible he was cut out off the group, they would no longer acknowledge him nor have anything to do with him But why What had he done Almost driven to suicide but never really asking what had happened, it will not be until many years later that he will get some of these answers.I had a weird relationship with this book, when I was readin [...]

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