Dance Dance Dance

Dance Dance Dance

Haruki Murakami Alfred Birnbaum / Mar 28, 2020

Dance Dance Dance He burst upon the international scene with the wildly acclaimed A Wild Sheep Chase He quickly came to represent the quirky voice of a new generation of Japanese writers Now Haruki Murakami gives us hi

  • Title: Dance Dance Dance
  • Author: Haruki Murakami Alfred Birnbaum
  • ISBN: 9784770016836
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Hardcover
  • He burst upon the international scene with the wildly acclaimed A Wild Sheep Chase He quickly came to represent the quirky voice of a new generation of Japanese writers Now Haruki Murakami gives us his wittiest, boldest, most daring work to date Dance dance dance continues the extraordinary adventure of an ordinary man At thirty something, Murakami s nameless hero liveHe burst upon the international scene with the wildly acclaimed A Wild Sheep Chase He quickly came to represent the quirky voice of a new generation of Japanese writers Now Haruki Murakami gives us his wittiest, boldest, most daring work to date Dance dance dance continues the extraordinary adventure of an ordinary man At thirty something, Murakami s nameless hero lives in a hi tech, high rise world where old virtues die fast and success is all that matters He has shared in the glittering city s spoils, and while he has not sold his soul, he knows that something is lacking in his life Now, in dreams, a mysterious woman weeps softly for him Yet, even as he tries to understand why, the voice that beckons is not hers And still he dreams Bizarre dreams that propel him down byways of his life in search of His is a strange odyssey en route, a thirteen year old girl, distressingly beautiful and clairvoyant, is his constant companion a classmate, now oozing charm on TV soaps, grapples with murder a lady of the night becomes his guardian angel and an eccentric Sheep Man materializes to counsel and cajole What s a fellow to do Dance You gotta dance as long as the music plays And dance is what our hero does in the most unexpected ways

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      • Haruki Murakami Alfred Birnbaum

        Murakami Haruki Japanese is a popular contemporary Japanese writer and translator His work has been described as easily accessible, yet profoundly complex He can be located on Facebook at facebook harukimurakaSince childhood, Murakami has been heavily influenced by Western culture, particularly Western music and literature He grew up reading a range of works by American writers, such as Kurt Vonnegut and Richard Brautigan, and he is often distinguished from other Japanese writers by his Western influences.Murakami studied drama at Waseda University in Tokyo, where he met his wife, Yoko His first job was at a record store, which is where one of his main characters, Toru Watanabe in Norwegian Wood, works Shortly before finishing his studies, Murakami opened the coffeehouse Peter Cat which was a jazz bar in the evening in Kokubunji, Tokyo with his wife.Many of his novels have themes and titles that invoke classical music, such as the three books making up The Wind Up Bird Chronicle The Thieving Magpie after Rossini s opera , Bird as Prophet after a piano piece by Robert Schumann usually known in English as The Prophet Bird , and The Bird Catcher a character in Mozart s opera The Magic Flute Some of his novels take their titles from songs Dance, Dance, Dance after The Dells song, although it is widely thought it was titled after the Beach Boys tune , Norwegian Wood after The Beatles song and South of the Border, West of the Sun the first part being the title of a song by Nat King Cole.


    1. I can't really justify my love of Murakami. As far as I'm concerned, he writes novels specifically for me to read them. It would probably save us both a lot of time and trouble if he'd skip the publishing process and just slip his finished manuscripts under my door. So I'm biased, you could say.In short: this is early (ish) Murakami. If you dig it you'll dig it, if not you won't. I dig it.Just make sure you've read his "Trilogy of the Rat" before reading this. Seriously. It's important. Or at th [...]

    2. ورقص موراكامي يختلف عن أي رقص---------------هذه رواية آسرة ‏تجد فيها كل ما تشتهي نفسكمن فن ‏‏ومعرفة وثقافة وتسلية‏فهنا تختلط رائحة الطعام الشهي ‏بنغمات الموسيقى بغرائب الفانتازيا ‏بقسوة الواقع وجماله‎‏ ‏دوما ما اقول أن روايات هاروكي تُكتب للرائقينتخرج منها بمعزوفات موسيقي [...]

    3. I have finally read a Murakami. I picked this up on a market stall and didn't realise it was part of a series until I listed it on GR and saw "The Rat, #4", but it works as a standalone story, albeit an intriguingly odd one. In conjures exciting unease and bafflement. It is a book of paradoxes and uncertainty, leaving me satisfied with being left, in some ways, unsatisfied. What sort of story?Genre labels can be useful, but can also be an irrelevant distraction. However, with this book, I found [...]

    4. للتو انتهيت من رواية رقص رقص رقص للروائي الياباني المعروف هاروكي موراكامي، أحب روايات هذا الرجل دون أن أملك إجابة محددة عن سر المتعة التي تحملها رواياته، إنه يملك كاريزما السرد كما وصفه أحد الأصدقاء ذات مرة.قرأت له من قبل الغابة النرويجية ورواية جنوب الحدود غرب الشمس، هناك [...]

    5. Dance Dance Dance = Dansu, dansu, dansu (The Rat #4), Haruki Murakamiعنوان: برقص برقص - کتاب 4 سری موش صحرایی؛ نویسنده: هاروکی موراکامی؛ مترجم: سلماز بهگام؛ مشهد، انتشارات ترانه؛ 1395؛ در 586 ص؛ شابک: 9786007061367؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان ژاپنی - قرن 20 ماز متن: در فاصله ای بسیار دور، صدای هتل دلفین سابق را مانند قطا [...]

    6. As one of Haruki Murakami's earlier novels, Dance Dance Dance is quite a feat. I really did enjoy it, but found a number of flaws that lessened my opinion of the work. It appears to be a sequel to the novel A Wild-Sheep Chase, which I have read, but the story lines overlap almost imperceptibly, meaning no, you do not have to read one in order to read the other. Dance Dance Dance has an almost nonexistent plot line. The main character is a middle-aged divorcee at a dead end job who is so maddenin [...]

    7. كانت مُتعَبَة، كانت تحتاج إلى شجرة تنام عليها، وكنت أنا أقرب غصن لها.الريڤيو:goo/uYQI4hشكرًا هدى للترشيح

    8. “Dance," said the Sheep Man. "Yougottadance. Aslongasthemusicplays. Yougottadance. Don'teventhinkwhy. Starttothink, onyourfeet, yourfeetstop, wegetstuck. Wegetstuck, you'restuck. Sodon'tpayanymind, nomatterhowdumb. Yougottakeepthestep. Yougottalimberup. Yougottaloosenwhatyoubolteddown. Yougottauseallyougot. Weknowyou'retired, tiredandscared. Happenstoeveryone,okay? Justdon'tletyourfeetstop.” (179)A Rendition of The Sheep ManWhat did you expect? A normal talking conventional character? Of cou [...]

    9. رواية نغماتها طرب يرفع من مستواها تلك الاثارة في دوزان ايقاعها.عندما تكون في ضيافة هذا الكاتب فالاقامة رفيعة المستوى والمضمون.رواية رقص تجد فيها كل ما يروقفن معرفة حكمةتسليةثقافة وكما أن اسلوب الكاتب يجبرك على المتابعة دون أن تشعرك صفحاته التي تعدت الخمسمائة بالمللشيقة

    10. I fall in love with every girl I see. Every girl I meet. It's true. I fall in love a hundred times in a week. It's always been like that. So very easy to look at these girls and their legs and their teeth while they ride the bus with me, while they shop for groceries next to me, while they wait in line at the bank in front of me. Because I don't have to really connect to them then. I don't have to really see the nakedness and the scars and the tan lines and the pimples under the makeup. I don't [...]

    11. This was either my 2nd or 3rd Murakami book and it did make me feel like jumping up and dancing sometimes. It is a wonderful story full of action and crazy characters and Murakami's absurdist sense of humour and attention to detail. A pure reading delight!

    12. I think that if I was lost in the never-ending sea of the Gobi desert, somewhere between Mongolia and China, had fallen into a deep narrow hole, and was unable to get out, so resigned to the darkness that surrounded me, with only a fleeting moment of sunlight and warmth each day, but armed with a flashlight and a box of batteries, a blanket and pillow, and a flask of rootbeer, and was given the choice of one book to read, while waiting for the search-and-rescue teams of the Japanese Imperial Arm [...]

    13. 3.5كانت متعبة.كانت تحتاج إلى شجرة تنام عليها،وكنت أنا أقرب غصن لهاأشعر بالحيرة ولا أعلم كيف أتحدث ولا أقيم هذة الرواية أحببتها ولكني وعاجزة عن التعبير لذلك سأكتفي بهذا التقديم وربما أقرأها مرة آخرى يومًا ما

    14. Después de la decepción que me llevé con el anterior de la saga, con este levantó un poco. Pero solo un poco. Al principio me venía encantando; parecía que se iba a tratar del protagonista tratando de hallarle un sentido a todo lo que había perdido a lo largo de las tres anteriores entregas, junto con su renuencia a conseguir algo (un amor, un amigo, lo que sea) por miedo a un posterior abandono. Sin embargo, a medida que avanzaba me iba encontrando con una trama que se disolvía paulatin [...]

    15. اللعنة اللعنة ثم اللعنة على هذا الرقص هاروكي موراكامي أحب أن أصنفه تحت بند الكُتَّاب البارعين في "تأثيث" خيال القارئ لما له من قدرة عجيبة على تحويل مشهد عادي لصورة ثلاثية الأبعاد زاخرة بالرتوش والتفصيلات وتلك المقدرة العجيبة في تمرير عدة أشياء أمامنا بطريقة سهلة ولكنها تتح [...]

    16. " الرقص هو كل شئ ، ارقص بأقصى ما لديك من قوة، ارقص حتى يظل كل شئ يدوريجب أن ترقص ، ما دامت الموسيقى تعزف "ما بين الواقع والخيال يأخذنا موراكامى لأحداث غريبة تعود لارتباطه بذلك الفندق القديم "الدولفين" ويتكرر رؤيته له فى أحلامه ، و ذكرياته هناك مع فتاة لا يستطيع اخراجها من تفكيره [...]

    17. This is a book about dancing. Moving your feet to the music that's playing. The question that's not clearly expressed in the book is who the fuck is the dj? Who's dictating how to dance? Is it yourself? Is it the random facts that are out of your control? My guess is that it's both. The point is you've got to keep dancing, because music will keep playing and if you fall behind, you will lose grip of your own life.It is also a book about introspection. Our dearly beloved hero from The Rat series, [...]

    18. ||-هذه الرواية تبدأ بعد أن تنتهي، الإحساس الذي تخلفه وراءها من الصعب تجاهله أو نسيانه . إنّها المرة الأولى التي أقرأ فيها لموراكامي، المرة الأولى التي أجد نفسي في عالم غريب جداً، عالم مُثير للحيرة والقلق يتماهى فيه الواقع بالخيال، عالم ملئ بالمفارقات وعدم اليقين، عالم يجعلك [...]

    19. كان مفروض يسموها موت موت موتالرواية كلها موت وكل الابطال ماتو والمخرج وكل حاجة.حتى الاحياء فيها مشكوك في امرهمههههههههههقبل كل شئ لو انت قارئ عمرك ما قريت لموراكامي بيه اعمل حسابك انك داخل على عالم ماشوفتش زيه قبل كدة ولا حتشوف زيه لان موراكامي ببساطة راجل راايق روقان التني [...]

    20. أن تقرأ تلك الرواية بعد قراءة كافكا على الشاطى فتلك مشكلة كبرى ربما تجدها محبطة للغاية واقل من توقعاتك خصوصا لو كنت من محبى موراكامي ، اولا الشخصيات تم اختيارها بشكل جيد بين فتاة بعمر المراهقة تعيش حياة اسرية مفككة ولديها قدرة على التنبؤ بالمستقبل ،وبين ممثل شاب يعيش حياة ن [...]

    21. This was my 3rd Murakami book after Norwegian Wood and Sputnik Sweetheart and this was the one which made me truly, madly and deeply fall in love with his works. The worlds of reality and surrealism mix so effortlessly in his beautiful writing that the reader can only be charmed. And if you don't like Murakami, you probably don't get him at all.

    22. كما كل روايات موراكامي، أثارت هذه الرواية زوبعة من الانتقادات والاعجابات.هارو كما ينادونه في اليابان، يكتب دون أن يكون له خريطة، يترك شخوصه هي التي تتكلم وتخبر عن قصتها، لذلك غالبا ما تكون حبكاته فاتره، يعوضها بكم التشويق العالي المنثور في الفصول ليمسك القارئ إلى النهاية. ر [...]

    23. "ارقص يجب أن ترقص مادامت الموسيقى تعزف، يجب أن ترقص، لا تفكر حتى في السبب، إذا شرعت في التفكير فسوف تتوقف قدماك"الرقص هو كل شيء. ارقص بأقصى ما لديك من قوة، ارقص حتى يظل كل شيء يدور"هاروكى هذا الرجل صاحب العوالم الغريبة والعجيبة ،تقرأ الرواية تجد أن كل شىء عادى وبسيط فى البداية، [...]

    24. حسنًا إذًا انتهى الرقص وآن لنا الآن أن نجمع "النقطة" ! ممممممالذين يعرفون "هاروكي" قطعًا لن يعتبروا هذه الرواية من الروائع، ولكن فيها كل ما في عالم هذا الرجل من سـرد سلس ومتدفق، وعوالم يمتزج فيها الواقع بالخيال والحقائق بالوهم والأحلامقد يجلس الكثيرون بعد هذه الرواية ينظرون [...]

    25. Confession: My own personal dream place is (also) a hotel. It's resplendent, like some Titanic made up of wood & steel, with countless windows & deep pools. The Dolphin Hotel in H. Murakami's novel is a similar terrain: where the stuff of the subconscious mixes with everyday trivialities. This is quintessential Murakami. The protagonist is an antisocial recluse who takes on a journey between the space of the actual and the cranial. Motifs like the double, the femme fetale, countless type [...]

    26. Danza come se nessuno ti guardasse.Poi uno dice che è parziale.Ma Murakami, come si fa a non adorarlo?Io sono veramente entusiasta.Credo che questo sia il settimo libro che leggo di Haruki, e, a parte che non mi ha mai deluso, ma è una continua escalation. Prima di iniziare a “danzare”, quando mi chiedevano da quale libro cominciare, io consigliavo sempre di leggere per primo “L’arte di correre”, per capire cosa vuol dire essere scrittore con stile, al giorno d’oggi. Haruki, non sc [...]

    27. Terminado de leer 12/09/2015Leído para el 2015 Reading Challenge: #44. Libro originalmente escrito en otro idioma (Japonés)En este punto Murakami-san y yo somos como buenos amigos, así que cualquier cosa que me ponga por leer no puedo verlo con malos ojos, entre amigos hasta las malas lecturas caben. Da penita. Aunque no encuentro nada particularmente halagador que decir de este libro porque resulta casi más de lo mismo, tampoco tengo nada de qué quejarme, me ha gustado, pero ya, no cambió [...]

    28. وأخيرا أنهيتها رغم أنني علقت بها في البداية ولم أستطع أن أستسيغها لكن بعد الصفحة التسعين أحببتها وقد أقول عشقتها رواية جميلة لا يمكن أن أصفها بالكلماتلن تحبوها إلا إذا أحببتم هاروكي موراكامي قد أعود . وأكتب ريفيو أكثر تفصيلا بعد فترة

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