South of the Border, West of the Sun

Interesting look back at the various romantic relationships one has throughout their lives and how much you can affect a single person.  Also  It leaves one wondering how much Murakami identifies himself in each of his characters.  As you look at his own real history there is a bit of him in each of his characters, in this case the owning of Jazz bars in Japan is a true fact.  I should probably hit up some of my ex’s and make sure they arent frightening children somewhere.

Museums are the houses of the muses.

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