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Dance dance dance

This novel focuses on a man searching for a former lover who vanished mysteriously from a seedy hotel. But each new clue to Kiki's whereabouts leads him deeper into a labryrinth of physical violence and metaphysical dread.

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  • "Da nn su.da nn su.da nn su"
  • "Dance, dance, dance"
  • "ダンス.ダンス.ダンス"
  • "Dansu dansu dansu"@it
  • "Dance dance dance"

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  • "De mystieke en spirituele zoektocht van een freelance schrijver in Tokio voert hem terug naar een hotel uit zijn verleden."
  • "This novel focuses on a man searching for a former lover who vanished mysteriously from a seedy hotel. But each new clue to Kiki's whereabouts leads him deeper into a labryrinth of physical violence and metaphysical dread."@en
  • "As he searches for a mysteriously vanished girlfriend, the protagonist plunges into a wind tunnel of sexual violence and metaphysical dread in which he collides with call girls and recieves cryptic instructions from a shabby but oracular Sheep Man."
  • "As he searches for a mysteriously vanished girlfriend, the protagonist plunges into a wind tunnel of sexual violence and metaphysical dread in which he collides with call girls and recieves cryptic instructions from a shabby but oracular Sheep Man."@en
  • "In this propulsive novel by the author of Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World and The Elephant Vanishes, one of the most idiosyncratically brilliant writers at work in any language fuses science fiction, the hard-boiled thriller, and white-hot satire into a new element of the literary periodic table. As he searches for a mysteriously vanished girlfriend, Haruki Murakami's protagonist plunges into a wind tunnel of sexual violence and metaphysical dread in which he collides with call girls; plays chaperone to a lovely teenaged psychic; and receives cryptic instructions from a shabby but oracular Sheep Man. Dance Dance Dance is a tense, poignant, and often hilarious ride through the cultural Cuisinart that is contemporary Japan, a place where everything that is not up for sale is up for grabs. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "En marzo de 1983, el joven protagonista de esta novela, redactor freelance todoterreno, después de pasar días sombríos, siente la necesidad de volver a ciertos escenarios de su vida para ajustar cuentas con el pasado. Viaja a Sapporo con la intencion de alojarse en el Hotel Delfín, donde años atrás pasó una semana con una misteriosa mujer que, de manera inesperada, desapareció de su lado. A su llegada descubre que han derribado el hotel y que en su lugar se alza otro, moderno y lujoso, pero su estancia allí propicia la aparición de personajes envueltos en un aura de irrealidad: una guapa recepcionista que ha vivido experiencias inverosímiles, una adolescente dotada de una aguda sensibilidad, o un antiguo compañero de colegio, ahora actor de éxito, que lo meterá en graves aprietos. Asesinatos, viajes a Hawai, pasajes a otros mundos y fiestas se suceden al ritmo de la música que suena en la radio de su destartalado Subaru. Lo cierto es que, como afirma un enigmático personaje, todo está conectado. Porque sólo se regresa al Hotel Delfín para poder empezar de nuevo."
  • "All things considered, I'm the most ordinary guy you could hope to find. So why do these weird things keep happening to me? Weird? Well, ghostly signs in the night, unexplained murders, a psychic teenager who can get vibes from cars, a one-armed, surfing Vietnam vet poet and a Sheep-Man, for example. All centred around the Dolphin Hotel, once a small, but profoundly idiosyncratic establishment, now transformed into a glistening symbol of economic success. But there's a secret lurking behind its gleaming facade."
  • "He burst upon the international scene with the wildly acclaimed A Wild Sheep Chase. He quickly came to represent the quirky voice of a new generation of Japanese writers. Now Haruki Murakami gives us his wittiest, boldest, most daring work to date. Dance dance dance continues the extraordinary adventure of an ordinary man. At thirty something, Murakami's nameless hero lives in a hi-tech, high-rise world where old virtues die fast and success is all that matters. He has shared in the glittering city's spoils, and while he has not sold his soul, he knows that something is lacking in his life. Now, in dreams, a mysterious woman weeps softly - for him. Yet, even as he tries to understand why, the voice that beckons is not hers."@en
  • "He burst upon the international scene with the wildly acclaimed A Wild Sheep Chase. He quickly came to represent the quirky voice of a new generation of Japanese writers. Now Haruki Murakami gives us his wittiest, boldest, most daring work to date. Dance dance dance continues the extraordinary adventure of an ordinary man. At thirty something, Murakami's nameless hero lives in a hi-tech, high-rise world where old virtues die fast and success is all that matters. He has shared in the glittering city's spoils, and while he has not sold his soul, he knows that something is lacking in his life. Now, in dreams, a mysterious woman weeps softly - for him. Yet, even as he tries to understand why, the voice that beckons is not hers."
  • ""En marzo de 1983, el joven protagonista de esta novela, redactor freelance todoterreno, después de pasar días sombríos, siente la necesidad de volver a ciertos escenarios de su vida para ajustar cuentas con el pasado. Viaja a Sapporo con la intencion de alojarse en el Hotel Delfín, donde años atrás pasó una semana con una misteriosa mujer que, de manera inesperada, desapareció de su lado. A su llegada descubre que han derribado el hotel y que en su lugar se alza otro, moderno y lujoso, pero su estancia allí propicia la aparición de personajes envueltos en un aura de irrealidad: una guapa recepcionista que ha vivido experiencias inverosímiles, una adolescente dotada de una aguda sensibilidad, o un antiguo compañero de colegio, ahora actor de éxito, que lo meterá en graves aprietos. Asesinatos, viajes a Hawai, pasajes a otros mundos y fiestas se suceden al ritmo de la música que suena en la radio de su destartalado Subaru. Lo cierto es que, como afirma un enigmático personaje, todo está conectado. Porque sólo se regresa al Hotel Delfín para poder empezar de nuevo." --Contratapa."

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  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Powieść japońska"
  • "Powieść japońska"@pl
  • "Novel·la japonesa"
  • "Mystery fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"@es
  • "Domestic fiction"@en
  • "Domestic fiction"
  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "Translations"@en
  • "Translations"
  • "Popular literature"
  • "Vertalingen (vorm)"

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  • "Dance dance dance"@en
  • "Dance dance dance"
  • "Dance dance dance : a novel"
  • "Dance dance dance : a novel"@en
  • "Dance, dance, dance"
  • "舞.舞.舞. 上"
  • "Baila, baila, baila : a novel"
  • "舞!舞!舞!"
  • "Dansu dansu dansu"
  • "Dansu dansu dansu"@ja
  • "Wu . wu . wu(shang)"
  • "舞舞舞"
  • "Dance, dance, dance : a novel"
  • "舞舞舞 (下)"
  • "舞.舞.舞(上)"
  • "댄스 댄스 댄스"
  • "Wu.wu.wu. shang"
  • "Wu, wu, wu"
  • "Wu.wu.wu / (shang)"
  • "舞 舞 舞"
  • "舞舞舞吧"
  • "댄스, 댄스, 댄스"
  • "舞.舞.舞"
  • "Wu, wu, wu ba"
  • "Tańcz, tańcz, tańcz"@pl
  • "Tańcz, tańcz, tańcz"
  • "Dansu, dansu, dansu"
  • "ダンス・ダンス・ダンス"
  • "Daensu, daensu, daensu"
  • "Wu wu wu (xia)"
  • "Wu.wu.wu"
  • "舞!舞!舞!"
  • "Taensŭ taensŭ taensŭ"
  • "댄수・댄수・댄수"
  • "Wu! wu! wu!"
  • "舞! 舞! 舞!"
  • "Balla, balla, balla"@ca
  • "Balla, balla, balla"
  • "Dans dans dans : [roman]"
  • "Dans dans dans"
  • "Dans dans dans"@da
  • "Pleši pleši pleši"
  • "Baila, baila, baila"@es
  • "Baila, baila, baila"
  • "舞・舞・舞"
  • "Tancz, tancz, tancz"
  • "舞.舞.舞 / (上)"
  • "Wu wu wu"
  • "Dansu · dansu · dansu"
  • "Dance Dance Dance"
  • "Dance Dance Dance"@it
  • "Dans, dans, dans"@da
  • "Wu ! wu ! wu !"
  • "Nhảy nhảy nhảy"
  • "舞 舞 舞 / 村上春樹著 ; 賴明珠譯"
  • "Igraj igraj igraj"
  • "Dance dance dance a novel"
  • "Dance dance dance a novel"@en

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