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K suddenly begins to receive letters from Europe written by Sumire. Articles containing Japanese-language text Pages to import images to Wikidata.

De aceea, Sumire nu ia in seama ca iubeste pe cineva mai in virsta cu saptesprezece ani si, mai mult, ca iubeste o femeie. K spends a day on the mmea thinking about Sumire and her fate, coming to the a realization that there might be some clue in Sumire’s writing that Miu mentioned.

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It isn’t a romance novel, and Miu doesn’t even requite Sumire’s love. Trying hard to connect the dots, K concludes that both the stories suggest the existence of multiple worlds, and Sumire has left this world and entered a parallel one, perhaps to be with the other version of Miu. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a murakani life. He then has a mystical experience during the night. K feels his time there is up, even though he feels a connection to Miu. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. She seems to finally be able to return K’s affection toward her, and asks him to come get her from the phone booth. At least that’s the theory presented in the book, not sure where.

No, there is no animal abuse in this novel. He continues with his solitary life. While Sumire is an emotional and spontaneous individual who often appears to be a misfit in society, “K”, the narrator, is a person who has through sheer force of will moulded himself into another soutnik, one who integrates seamlessly into the wider society and culture around him, and the transition leaves him emotionally stunted and unable to express his feelings.

Totally gave me spooky vibes, like watching The Ring or something. Haruk this novel about lesbian love? The the wordplay of Murakami and the ideas he expresses make the book worth reading through to the end.

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But have found everything written on the above review. In cautarea ei porneste si K, un prieten foarte apropiat. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, muraksmi engage customers.

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Aside from one intimate encounter, there is nothing really lesbian in the book. To ask other readers questions about Iubita mea, Sputnikplease sign up. I enjoyed reading it. Want to Read saving….

Just have read 13 pages only. As with other Murakami works, Sputnik Sweetheart lacks a clear, concise ending. Despite their promises to the contrary, he never sees Miu again except for one chance encounter: He finds Sumire’s computer and a floppy disk that contains two documents, named simply “Document 1” and “Document 2”.


In Sumire’s absence, however, he feels he has lost the nea precious thing in his life.

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Miu soon asks Sumire to come work for her. An English translation by Philip Gabriel was then published in K’s new school year is starting the week after Miu’s call, but finding Sumire’s well-being more important, he leaves for Greece the next day. Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Iubita mea, Sputnik. It was fun to get to know each character, and I was able to completely submerge myself yet again into Murakami’s universe.

The book ends with the theme of The Telephone, which appears in numerous books by Murakami, usually when telephoning from a far-away place, whose location is unclear. Editura Polirom Language: Search for a book to add a reference.

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