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Andrey Pratama Cover Designer. Sama seperti tidak ada keputusasaan yang sempurna. Kekasih Aku gadis manis dan bersahaja tapi tak ragu-ragu menggugurkan janin dalam kandungannya, yang entah siapa ayahnya.

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Dengan ringan, Haruki Murakami anggin menggambarkan sosok kaum muda Jepang yang antikemapanan dan tak memiliki bayangan ideal akan masa depan. Paperbackpages. Gunzo Literary Award To see what your friends thought of this denvarlah, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Dengarlah Nyanyian Anginplease sign up.

Any idea where to get a CHEAP copy of this, or better yet, a free e-book since the publisher won’t reprint it?

I’d gladly buy one, but they’re ridiculously spendy. Gina You can download the free e-book right on Goodreads, if you haven’t yet.

Or are we witnessing Murakami having a dialogue with himself? Orinoco Womble tidy bag and all That’s the point of “boku” fiction. There are strong biographical elements from Murakami’s life in the story but Boku is not …more That’s the point of “boku” fiction. There are strong biographical elements from Murakami’s life in the story but Boku is not Murakami.

It’s a dialogue between Boku and the reader. Murakami is very good at that when he’s on form. See all 3 questions about Dengarlah Nyanyian Angin…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. James found out that the only two Murakami books I haven’t read are this one and Pinball, That is nyanyiam, he MADE me one.

Tell me that is not James found out that the only two Murakami books I haven’t read are this one and Pinball, Tell me that is not the most amazering boyfriend in the history of TIME. This book was lovely, by the way, now that I am done raving. View all 9 comments. Jan 06, Abdyka Wirmon rated it it was amazing Shelves: Semalam saya bermimpi, mimpi tentang pelabuhan, botol-botol bir, seorang wanita dan tangan-tangan yang saling bergenggaman.


Dengarkanlah Nyanyian Angin itulah dia. View all 13 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I just finished reading this book a few days ago. In fact, I’ve finished it three times in the past couple of weeks.

Hear the Wind Sing is, alas, almost impossible to buy, unless your name is Rockefeller or Gates. My friend from Taiwan raved about it – a Chinese translation – saying it was way better than the author’s new stuff which I like. So I started out looking in libraries, then book stores, then finally Amazon. You can find the only published translation in English there Ultimately somebody shared a couple of internet versions with me.

One was 12 pages of the “official” Birnbaum translation, which just whet my whistle for more. The second was a full translation, but not by Birnbaum and in a really klunky style, I thought. Obviously the work of a student, I though.

It didn’t seem to measure up to the Birnbaum fragment I’d read. Finally my local library came up with the full Birnbaum translation via inter-library loan.

I was so afraid though because when I went to get it, they had already misplaced it. It turned out though it wasn’t lost; it was just so small that the librarian didn’t see it next to the normal sized books on the same shelf. Having finally read the Birnbaum version, I have to say I’m really glad I read two translations. Hear the Wind Sing is every bit as great as my friend says. It’s the same coming of age story Murakami tells from different angles again and again, in Pinball, Dance Dance Dance, Norweigian Wood, etc.

But as you track back to that story as first written, Murakami’s voice becomes less and less the sensitive Oprah Book Club narrator of Norwegian Wood. Finally when you get back to Hear the Wind Sing the narrator is reduced to a normal guy; specifically a 21 year old guy who drinks beer and talks in grunts. This is a guy who has got a ways to go to being in touch with his feminine side, and he appears to be embarrassed about being smart or knowing about classical music.

This is Murakami writing before Murakami was “chick lit. But I want to say that the style here is very different than his later “professional” books. The sentences are mostly short and full of one-liners. In it’s pithiness it reminds me a little of Camus’s The Fall, which reminded me of the old movie Casablanca.

All of these are similar in their telegraphic and catchy language, and the punch lines that a paragraph often leads to. I would mention a few examples, but I don’t want to spoil things. Something else that struck me was how Murakami transitions from one subject to the next. He either doesn’t – he just jumps on to the next subject – or he echos a meaning from above but into a different sense.

There are no wasted words, the writing is very tight and fast. The reason I said I was glad I read two translations is that I think there might be some shortcomings with the Birnbaum translation.


Although it’s mostly very well written, there are a few spots where the two translations I read totally differ in how they understand the scene.

I have a feeling that Birnbaum was in a rush to be productive and paid when he was writing this novel by a first-time writer.

So maybe he didn’t use all the care he might have had he known this nobody would grow into the writer who sold zillions of copies of Norwegian Wood. Honestly I can’t say which translation of these problematic scenes is correct; but in two or three scenes the no-name translator’s version seemed to make more sense of what followed in the writing.

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In a few others Birnbaum’s was the one that made sense. Of course I don’t know where the translation falls in the time-line of Murakami’s career in Japanese. Maybe Murakami was already well recognized in Japan. Perhaps somebody who knows more can say. As a new fan of Denarlah writing, I am dying to be able to buy my copies of “The Rat” series of books, of which Hear the Wind Sing is the first. Murakami apparently says he doesn’t want to release his first two books, considering them as kind of his “juvenillia.

While the real reason might be some rights dispute with the old publishing house, maybe he’s just being nice to his translator. I’m guessing Murakami has probably noticed the shortcomings of the translation since he’s a translator too. But I would be very happy if he’d give Birnbaum another shot at this book and let the old publishing house re-release the book.

Failing that, maybe there is some internet annotation available so that those rich enough to afford this book can get a little insight into the problematic passages. Don’t nysnyian put off by the translation concern though. I can’t recommend this book enough, especially for Murakami fans. There is a reason this book won a literary prize in Japan and launched his writing career.

View all 5 comments. For such a short little book. Now it is only my 5th Murakami book but i absolutely loved it. I’m unable to put my finger on why but it just struck me. Also, partially because he is called the “Rat”, I started this expecting to not like “The Rat” but i adored his character.

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I have the next book of the Rat series on the wa For such a short little book. I have the next book of the Rat series on the way and i can wiat for it to get to me! The Great American Novel. At least that’s what you’d think if you didn’t know its country of dengarpah. It has a wonderful tone and it ended too soon.