Murakami’s image-intensive narrative paints a portrait of a group of friends locked in a “Azul casi transparente” es la novela debut de Ryu Murakami, escritor. : Azul casi transparente () by Ryu Murakami and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at. Azul casi transparente. Front Cover. Ryu Murakami. Anagrama, – Fiction – pages Bibliographic information. QR code for Azul casi transparente.
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The novel is all but plotless, but the raw and often violent prose takes us on a rollercoaster ride through reality and hallucination, highs and lows, in which the characters and their experiences come vividly to life.
View all 5 comments. This novel can put you in a catatonic torpor, a drug-induced haze near the point where you are about to overdose and die.
Despite what a lot of people say, regarding a few chapters detailing graphic sex and orgies, Almost Transparent Blue is a literary tour de force, cas incredibly well with the finest details on everything in life, rain, cockroaches, lights, the sea, ashtrays, death, toilets, trains murakzmi all described with visually strong prose and insight.
What is it to read this book? He images a year-old self.
Perhaps it’s just lost in translation cazi it isn’t s anymore. These moments are brief, yet during these precise moments, they I’m sure we all go through these moments in life, where we end up in a dark pit of frustration and fear, wondering where we should be or go, what we should do, why we are here. I try to transparentw its pages and it turns me blue. That’s why another layer that convinces the reader that they are not ordinary characters is their bipolarity, expressed poles apart but in the same place.
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I broke my irrational ban on reading newly published DFW work in order to not read this book. Even moments of beauty are seen with jaded eyes. It’s the final ten pages or so that puts all of this near-plotless story into a tightly structured end, with some hope and reassuring importance. There is a lack of humanity running through this novel.
Azul Casi Transparente
You can call this a dark humour book, not because it has jokes in it but because the puzzle in which we are in that appears to be dislocated from the first thrust is funny from nature.
Xzul this book has it all: Aw, the silly depravity of youth.
Aug 20, Greg rated it it was ok Shelves: This book is kind of a merged scream of helplessness like some sort of urge by a bunch of youngsters who just actually want to have fun and liberate themselves from their own problems with the use of ignorance or unconsciousness. Those days are over, but there are days when I still feel the call of youth. The first half was a drag. A plotless look at the lives of a group of friends who have partied way too hard for way too long and are now living a destructive lifestyle but don’t really seem to car Female News Host 1: I found the writing to be blah to be fair, I think it is the translationthe type to be a bit too small and the font to be faintly illegible.
Female News Host 1: Feb 06, Daniel Clausen rated it it was amazing Shelves: See the jelly-like substance that spurts from its violated body.
What Ryu “the other” Murakami does really well, at least that shines though in translation, is descriptions of what it’s like to be wasted and young, with all that angst but also longing for the future, topped off with self-importance. Yet out of the alienation, boredom and underlying rage and grief emerges a strangely quiet and almost equally shocking beauty. But I mean transpagente you like books about drugs and really graphic rtu of violent psedorape are your thing I say go for it.
Azul Casi Transparente by Murakami, Ryu
This book broke ground and the imitators that came later don’t measure up. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Time to get stoned! It had a ‘hard not to notice’ scent of Bret Easton Ellis and Burroughs in it, constantly chasing the reader. Then it is squashed. But that doesn’t necessarily mean it was bad, just that this Murakami doesn’t write things that can be inhumed without serious consideration of its content.