Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman by Haruki Murakami

"Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman" is a collection of 24 short stories that explore themes of love, loneliness, and loss, set against the backdrop of everyday life in Japan. The stories often blur the lines between reality and the surreal, featuring characters who find themselves in strange, dreamlike situations. The tales range from a man whose reflection takes on a life of its own, to a woman who falls asleep for weeks at a time, reflecting the author's signature blend of the mundane and the mystical.

The 7883rd greatest book of all time


Published
2006
Nationality
Japanese
Type
Fiction
Pages
384-528
Words
100,000
Original Language
Japanese

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