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"If you aren't certain about things, if your mind is still open enough to question what you are seeing, you tend to look at the world with great care, and out of that watchfulness comes the possibility of seeing something that no one else has seen before. You have to be willing to admit that you don't have all the answers. If you think you do, you will never have anything important to say." - Paul Auster

Wednesday, September 21

Murakami story in New Yorker.

I am still drawn to reading Murakami from the various accounts of his writing style and comparisons to David Lynch.  Despite the deeply unfortunate cat-decapitation scene(s), mentioned previously at this site.
Here's a story from the newest New Yorker.


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