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اگر عشق واقعی است، پس به همان روشی با آن رفتار كن كه با يك گياه رفتار می‌كنی - تغذيه‌اش كن، و در برابر باد و باران از آن محافظت كن - بايد هر كاری را كه می‌توانی كاملا انجام دهی. اما اگر عشق واقعی نيست، در اين صورت بهترين كار اين است كه به آن بی‌توجهی كنی تا پژمرده شود... ؛


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Mi primer y único libro de Hiromi Kawakami. Preciso un comentario tan corto como esta novela. Y es que lo quiero hacer, porque ésta novela corta de Hiromi Kawakami es preciosa y única, como bien reza la sinopsis: todo un descubrimiento literario. La historia en sí es sencilla pero exquisita, podría contarla en dos renglones y no arruinaría la lectura, porque el sine qua non aquí es la escritura y la desmitificación del llamado amor con diferencia de edad (tantas categorías y rótulos que creamos para cada cosa, ¿no?). Kawakami divide esta obra en capítulos, cada capítulo para mí es un haiku, la narración de un momento cotidiano y sencillo que se va sumando a lo que es nuestra vida. Si, haiku por el minimalismo del momento y de la historia en su totalidad, por el sosiego de su narración y por lo trascendente que llega a ser. De otro lado, si bien esta historia puede ser tomada como una historia de amor entre dos amantes que se llevan unos años, lo que a mí me parece que hace la autora es quitarle toda la arandela y discurso que ha creado la sociedad alrededor de las relaciones donde hay diferencia de edad; no en vano, son dos amantes de los cuales sabemos algunas cosas de su presente, otras de su pasado pero no están revelados del todo; empero, no hay misterio, porque solo son un hombre y una mujer que se aman.

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4.25/5stars

I REALLY enjoyed this!! Im happy to say my initial thought that it reminded me of Hotel Iris mixed with Murakami was pretty spot on!

This book follows a woman Tsukiko who accidentally runs into one of her teachers she had in secondary school, and the two of them become fast friends. This story is about them getting to know each other, and slowly falling in love. This book was ADORABLE. Tsukiko was so blunt and didnt take no bullshit, and Sensei was so cute (legit, he did the thing that I do with my cat that when Tsukiko would sit with her mouth open he would put his finger in her mouth and legit thats so cute dont even fight me on that). It didnt bother me whatsoever the age difference because it wasnt like Tsukiko was still a student - she was very much a grown woman in this book.

But I really REALLY enjoyed the plot and the characters and the fact that this was kind of like just looking into a little slice of life of these characters. The writing was spectacular and I will definitely be reading the other book I have by this author very soon!

The ending destroyed me though just throwing that out there.

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If your book is going to be a bit rightwing, can it at least be a bit sexy (Im thinking of Yukio Mishima)? Kawakamis young woman is unsatisfied with modern (*cough* Western) life and so falls for the wise old @wax on, wax [email protected] Japanese and his spadeful of mono no aware, his haikus, his cherry-blossom viewing, his pachinko, his @lets look at the moon and no we cant have sex oh go on [email protected]

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Le di 3 estrellas por el final pero siendo honestas, me pareció bastante plano y soso.

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This book is just wonderful. Its quite short at 192 pages and I read it in a little over a day because I just couldnt put it down. It follows Tsukiko and her former teacher, whom she calls Sensei, after a chance encounter leads them to form an unlikely friendship. Sensei is much older than Tsukiko but as they are both consumed by loneliness they begin to seek comfort from their time spent together. It isnt long before Tsukiko begins to question her true feelings for Sensei, and the story explores their deepening affection and increasing need for one another.

Its a very subtle book. This isnt a great romance; there are no fanfares and dramatic gestures, it just exists. Tsukiko and Sensei are both very withdrawn and reserved characters and their relationship is awkward but also incredibly touching and heart-warming. I dont think you could say that either of them is particularly likeable but I was really invested in their friendship and hoping that they would have a happy ending.

Strange Weather in Tokyo is one of those books where nothing really happens but it is so beautifully written and the development of the relationship between Tsukiko and Sensei is so improbable that it is just captivating from the very beginning. As someone who is very interested in Japanese culture I enjoyed the snapshot of Japan that this book gave me. There are many references to food and drink and traditional customs and you really get a feel for life there. Even if you dont normally read this kind of book I urge you to pick it up and give it a go. It is enchanting and uplifting and yet somehow quite poignant at the same time. I loved it.

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