Japan: Haruki Murakami’s new novel journeys to the past1 min read
For author and character, the book is a story of a life examined and reclaimed. Tsukuru seeks out his friends at the urging of a woman he has started dating. Murakami said he began “Colorless Tsukuru” around three years ago as a work of short fiction, but soon found himself caught up in Tsukuru’s mystery. The author didn’t know at first why Tsukuru’s friends had abandoned him and he expanded the narrative as a way of finding out.
“I had to know his past,” Murakami said. “I’m making it up and at the same time I’m finding it.”
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