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    Hei Ye Zhi Hou (Traditional Chinese Version of 'Afutadaku [After Dark]' Not in English) by Murakami Haruki and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at jefffunkphyfabagcontringsordorushito.coinfo
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    Afutadaku 72x72 acrylic on canvas. Author: Admin Created Date: 12/3/ PM.
  4. Vikus Reply
    This is not a trick of translation, as the Japanese title of the novel reveals: Afutadaku is as bare as its English counterpart and eerily suggests a universal language only spoken after the sun has gone down. Indeed, Murakami is, as usual in his stories and novels, after some sort of universal experience.
  5. Kagak Reply
    Night is where you hide from yourself, and where dark deeds are done. Murakami’s latest (published here in June, but available in Japan since , where it was titled, in a Coca-Cola kind of way, Afutãdãku) is a short novel exploring the nightside of human existence: its characters are all either lost, hiding, caught up in or drifting through the dark regions of a city after dark.
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    AKFG began as a college band back in in a private university in Yokohama. It was the first and, to date, the only major project for three of its members -- Masafumi Gotou (lead vocals and guitar), Takahiro Yamada (bass and vocals) and Kensuke Kita (guitar and vocals).
  7. Tara Reply
    ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: Afutadaku. Description: pages: Responsibility: Haruki Murakami ; translated from.
  8. Mezigal Reply
    Translation of: Afutadaku. Description: p. ; 24 cm. Responsibility: Haruki Murakami ; translated from the Japanese by Jay Rubin. Abstract: A story about two sisters set in Tokyo one night from midnight till dawn exploring the themes of loneliness and secrecy. Reviews.
  9. Kele Reply
    Afutadaku (After Dark) • Acrylic on Canvas • 72" x 72" • ; Breathrope • Acrylic on Canvas • 72" x 72" • ; Children of the Gods Dance • Acrylic on Canvas • 72" x 60" •

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