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1Q84…Probably Not Such a Fictive World After All…(wondering about 2Q20) 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

It is Murakami’s style to make the unreal become real. The fictional world becomes reality, and the reality goes away, or hides, somewhere in parallel, incognito.

A master blend of realism and (futuristic?) fiction Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

This is the second novel that I have read from Ishiguro, and I must confess that I liked it even more than “The Remains of the Day”. “Never Let Me Go” is a beautiful, classy and yet, a sad blend of realism and fiction, which raises ethical dilemmas and questions on what it means to […]

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“1Q84 – that’s what I’ll call this new world, Aomame decided. Q is for “question mark.” A world that bears a question.” Haruki Murakami in 1Q84

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Ina Gjika
Ina Gjika About me

Ina Gjika is a banker who loves to dive into philosophy and dance to the music beats. Ina also enjoys getting lost into her bookshelves and smelling freshly ground coffee, while dreaming about exploring the world. She holds two B.A majors in Business Administration and Political Science & International Relations, as well as a B.A minor in Economics.

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