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The Wind-up Bird Chronicle: Vintage 21: Murakami, Haruki/ Rubin, Jay (TRN): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
The Wind-up Bird Chronicle: Vintage 21
The Wind-up Bird Chronicle: Vintage 21
出版社 : Vintage
出版日期 : 2011/08
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780099562986

BookWeb售价 : MYR 47.37
纪伊国屋KPC会员价 : MYR 42.63

库存资料 : 目前缺书。

Table of Contents
    Book One The Thieving Magpie June and July     3  (170)
      1 Tuesday's Wind-up Bird Six Fingers and     5  (19)
      Four Breasts
      2 Full Moon and Eclipse of the Sun On        24 (8)
      Horses Dying in the Stables
      3 Malta Kano's Hat Sherbet Tone and Allen    32 (14)
      Ginsberg and the Crusaders
      4 High Towers and Deep Wells (Or, Far        46 (10)
      from Nomonhan)
      5 Hooked on Lemon Drops Flightless Bird      56 (12)
      and Waterless Well
      6 On the Births of Kumiko Okada and          68 (13)
      Noboru Wataya
      7 The Happy Cleaners And Creta Kano Makes    81 (6)
      Her Entrance
      8 Creta Kano's Long Story An Inquiry into    87 (14)
      the Nature of Pain
      9 Culverts and an Absolute Insufficiency     101(13)
      of Electricity May Kasahara's Inquiry
      into the Nature of Hairpieces
      10 Magic Touch Death in the Bathtub          114(12)
      Messenger with Keepsakes
      11 Enter Lieutenant Mamiya What Came from    126(9)
      the Warm Mud Eau de Cologne
      12 Lieutenant Mamiya's Long Story: Part I    135(16)
      13 Lieutenant Mamiya's Long Story: Part II   151(22)
    Book Two Bird as Prophet July to October       173(166)
      1 As Concrete as Possible Appetite in        175(10)
      2 No Good News in This Chapter               185(11)
      3 Noboru Wataya Speaks The Story of the      196(10)
      Monkeys of the Shitty Island
      4 Divine Grace Lost Prostitute of the Mind   206(8)
      5 Views of Distant Towns Eternal             214(8)
      Half-Moon Ladder in Place
      6 Inheriting Property Inquiry on             222(8)
      Jellyfish Something Like a Sense of
      7 Recollections and Dialogue on Pregnancy    230(11)
      Empirical Inquiry on Pain
      8 The Root of Desire In Room 208 Passing     241(7)
      Through the Wall
      9 The Well and Stars How the Ladder          248(8)
      10 May Kasahara on Death and Evolution       256(7)
      The Thing Made Elsewhere
      11 Hunger as Pain Kumiko's Long Letter       263(17)
      Bird as Prophet
      12 Discovered When Shaving Discovered        280(12)
      When Waking
      13 Creta Kano's Story Continued              292(11)
      14 Creta Kano's New Departure                303(11)
      15 The Only Bad Thing That Ever Happened     314(13)
      in May Kasahara's House May Kasahara on
      the Gooshy Source of Heat
      16 The Simplest Thing Revenge in a           327(12)
      Sophisticated Form The Thing in the
      Guitar Case
    Book Three The Birdcatcher October 1984 to     339(270)
    December 1985
      1 The Wind-up Bird in Winter                 341(10)
      2 Waking from Hibernation One More Name      351(6)
      Card The Namelessness of Money
      3 What Happened in the Night                 357(5)
      4 Buying New Shoes The Thing That Came       362(11)
      Back Home
      5 A Place You Can Figure Out If You Think    373(4)
      About It Really, Really Hard (May
      Kasahara's Point of View: 1)
      6 Nutmeg and Cinnamon                        377(10)
      7 The Mystery of the Hanging House           387(4)
      8 Down in the Well                           391(5)
      9 The Zoo Attack (or, A Clumsy Massacre)     396(19)
      10 So, Then, the Next Problem (May           415(4)
      Kasahara's Point of View: 2)
      11 Is This Shovel a Real Shovel? (What       419(3)
      Happened in the Night: 2)
      12 M's Secret Cure                           422(3)
      13 The Waiting Man What Couldn't Be          425(12)
      Shaken Off No Man Is an Island
      14 Cinnamon's Strange Sign Language The      437(9)
      Musical Offering
      15 This Could Be the End of the Line (May    446(4)
      Kasahara's Point of View: 3)
      16 The World's Exhaustion and Burdens The    450(6)
      Magic Lamp
      17 The Fitting Room A Successor              456(4)
      18 A Stupid Tree Frog Daughter (May          460(4)
      Kasahara's Point of View: 4)
      19 The Subterranean Labyrinth Cinnamon's     464(6)
      Two Doors
      20 Nutmeg's Story                            470(11)
      21 The Mystery of the Hanging House: 2       481(4)
      22 Jellyfish from All Around the World       485(8)
      Things Metamorphosed
      23 Counting Sheep The Thing in the Centre    493(6)
      of the Circle
      24 The Signal Turns Red The Long Arm         499(6)
      Reaches Out
      25 Triangular Ears Sleigh Bells              505(2)
      26 The Wind-up Bird Chronicle No. 8 (or,     507(16)
      A Second Clumsy Massacre)
      27 Cinnamon's Missing Links                  523(5)
      28 You Just Can't Trust a House (May         528(4)
      Kasahara's Point of View: 5)
      29 A Vacant House Is Born                    532(2)
      30 Malta Kano's Tail Boris the Manskinner    534(14)
      31 The Bat Vanishes The Thieving Magpie      548(7)
      32 The Job of Making Others Use Their        555(10)
      Imaginations (The Story of Boris the
      Manskinner, Continued)
      33 A Dangerous Place The People Watching     565(9)
      Television The Hollow Man
      34 The Light of a Firefly Breaking the       574(9)
      Spell A World Where Alarm Clocks Ring in
      the Morning
      35 Just a Real Knife The Thing That Had      583(8)
      Been Prophesied
      36 The Story of the Duck People Shadows      591(5)
      and Tears (May Kasahara's Point of View:
      37 Two Different Kinds of News The Thing     596(5)
      That Disappeared
      38 The Wind-up Bird Chronicle No. 17         601(3)
      (Kumiko's Letter)
      39 Goodbye                                   604(5)
Works Consulted                                    609

Toru Okada's cat has disappeared and this has unsettled his wife, who is herself growing more distant every day. Then there are the increasingly explicit telephone calls he has started receiving. As this compelling story unfolds, the tidy suburban realities of Okada's vague, blameless life are turned inside out, and he embarks on a bizarre journey, guided (however obscurely) by a succession of characters, each with a tale to tell.