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Dejo, dejo, dejo (The Rat #4)

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Spriedzes pilnajā un misticisma apdvestajā Haruki Murakami romānā galvenais varonis (lasītājam jau pazīstams no autora iepriekšējā darba „Aitas medīšanas piedzīvojumi”), pazudušo draudzeni meklējot, ierodas kādā viesnīcā un nokļūst dīvainā pasaulē. Tur viņš iepazīstas ar Aituvīru, kas māca viņam deju soļus. Un cauri bāru apmeklētāju sarunām, Austrumu gudrībām un amerikāņu ...more
Hardcover, 472 pages
Published 2008 by Zvaigzne ABC (first published October 13th 1988)
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Yasmine Baratova 1- Pinball 1974
2- Hear The Wind Sing
3- A Wild Sheep Chase
4- Dance Dance Dance
Although it's referred to as The Rat Trilogy, there are 4 novels. The…more
1- Pinball 1974
2- Hear The Wind Sing
3- A Wild Sheep Chase
4- Dance Dance Dance
Although it's referred to as The Rat Trilogy, there are 4 novels. The first two were released at different years, but are super short so they are often published in one volume. So while you may purchase 3 volumes, the series is made up of four novels (?)(less)
Joshua Rocha I didn't read A Wild Sheep Chase before reading Dance Dance Dance and DDD is one of my favorite books of all time. There's a few things that would…moreI didn't read A Wild Sheep Chase before reading Dance Dance Dance and DDD is one of my favorite books of all time. There's a few things that would make more sense (one character in particular) if you read them in order, but in my opinion, you can still enjoy DDD without first reading AWSC.

I'll qualify this with the following: if you don't mind waiting and you can get your hands easily on A Wild Sheep Chase, you should definitely read them in order, because while you can enjoy DDD without first reading AWSC, you'll definitely have a better time reading them in order. Plus, any reason to read more Murakami is a good reason. (less)
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Mar 15, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I can't really justify my love of Murakami. As far as I'm concerned, he writes novels specifically for me to read them. It would probably save us both a lot of time and trouble if he'd skip the publishing process and just slip his finished manuscripts under my door. So I'm biased, you could say.

In short: this is early (ish) Murakami. If you dig it you'll dig it, if not you won't. I dig it.

Just make sure you've read his "Trilogy of the Rat" before reading this. Seriously. It's important. Or at th
Huda Yahya
Dec 07, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
ورقص موراكامي يختلف عن أي رقص

هذه رواية آسرة
تجد فيها كل ما تشتهي نفسك
من فن ومعرفة وثقافة وتسلية

فهنا تختلط رائحة الطعام الشهي
بنغمات الموسيقى بغرائب الفانتازيا
بقسوة الواقع وجماله

دوما ما اقول أن روايات هاروكي تُكتب للرائقين
تخرج منها بمعزوفات موسيقية خلابة
واقتراحات لكتب جديدة
وأماكن ربما تزورها يوما

ودوما دوما هذا النهم لمتع الحياة ومباهجها

فقدت الكثير من الأشياء.. فقدت الكثير من الأشياء الثمينة...
ليس بسبب خطأ من أحد..
ولكن في كل مرة تفتقد شيئا تفقد معه حزمة كاملة من ال
I have finally read a Murakami. I picked this up on a market stall and didn't realise it was part of a series until I listed it on GR and saw "The Rat, #4", but it works as a standalone story, albeit an intriguingly odd one. In conjures exciting unease and bafflement. It is a book of paradoxes and uncertainty, leaving me satisfied with being left, in some ways, unsatisfied.

What sort of story?
Genre labels can be useful, but can also be an irrelevant distraction. However, with this book, I found
صلاح القرشي
للتو انتهيت من رواية رقص رقص رقص للروائي الياباني المعروف هاروكي موراكامي، أحب روايات هذا الرجل دون أن أملك إجابة محددة عن سر المتعة التي تحملها رواياته، إنه يملك كاريزما السرد كما وصفه أحد الأصدقاء ذات مرة.

قرأت له من قبل الغابة النرويجية ورواية جنوب الحدود غرب الشمس، هناك شيء خفي ولذيذ في سرده. وأبطال موراكامي دائما لا يعانون البطالة ولا الفقر ولا يواجهون القمع ولا تشغلهم مشكلات السياسة المباشرة، لكنهم يعانون وبشكل يبدو مرضيا من ذلك الشعور القوي بعدم الحصول على السعادة، ورغم أن هؤلاء الأبطال يت
Ahmad Sharabiani
Dance Dance Dance = Dansu, dansu, dansu (The Rat #4), Haruki Murakami
عنوان: برقص برقص - کتاب 4 سری موش صحرایی؛ نویسنده: هاروکی موراکامی؛ مترجم: سلماز بهگام؛ مشهد، انتشارات ترانه؛ 1395؛ در 586 ص؛ شابک: 9786007061367؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان ژاپنی - قرن 20 م
از متن: در فاصله ای بسیار دور، صدای هتل دلفین سابق را مانند قطاری شبانه میشنوم. صدای غژغژ لولاهای روغن نخورده ی آسانسور که بالا میرود، بالاتر و میایستد. کسی در راهروها راه میرود. کسی دری را باز میکند، کسی دری را میبندد. بله!هتل دلفین سابق بو
As one of Haruki Murakami's earlier novels, Dance Dance Dance is quite a feat. I really did enjoy it, but found a number of flaws that lessened my opinion of the work. It appears to be a sequel to the novel A Wild-Sheep Chase, which I have read, but the story lines overlap almost imperceptibly, meaning no, you do not have to read one in order to read the other. Dance Dance Dance has an almost nonexistent plot line. The main character is a middle-aged divorcee at a dead end job who is so maddenin ...more
Ahmed Oraby
Aug 15, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

كانت مُتعَبَة، كانت تحتاج إلى شجرة تنام عليها، وكنت أنا أقرب غصن لها.

شكرًا هدى للترشيح
“Dance," said the Sheep Man. "Yougottadance. Aslongasthemusicplays. Yougottadance. Don'teventhinkwhy. Starttothink, onyourfeet, yourfeetstop, wegetstuck. Wegetstuck, you'restuck. Sodon'tpayanymind, nomatterhowdumb. Yougottakeepthestep. Yougottalimberup. Yougottaloosenwhatyoubolteddown. Yougottauseallyougot. Weknowyou'retired, tiredandscared. Happenstoeveryone,okay? Justdon'tletyourfeetstop.” (179)

A Rendition of The Sheep Man

What did you expect? A normal talking conventional character? Of course
Odai Alsaeed
Oct 18, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
رواية نغماتها طرب يرفع من مستواها تلك الاثارة في دوزان ايقاعها....عندما تكون في ضيافة هذا الكاتب فالاقامة رفيعة المستوى والمضمون....رواية رقص تجد فيها كل ما يروق..فن ..معرفة ..حكمة..تسلية..ثقافة وكما أن اسلوب الكاتب يجبرك على المتابعة دون أن تشعرك صفحاته التي تعدت الخمسمائة بالملل...شيقة
William Thomas
I fall in love with every girl I see. Every girl I meet. It's true. I fall in love a hundred times in a week. It's always been like that. So very easy to look at these girls and their legs and their teeth while they ride the bus with me, while they shop for groceries next to me, while they wait in line at the bank in front of me. Because I don't have to really connect to them then. I don't have to really see the nakedness and the scars and the tan lines and the pimples under the makeup. I don't ...more
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Murakami Haruki (Japanese: 村上 春樹) is a popular contemporary Japanese writer and translator. His work has been described as 'easily accessible, yet profoundly complex'. He can be located on Facebook at:

Since childhood, Murakami has been heavily influenced by Western culture, particularly Western music and literature. He grew up reading a range of works by Am
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  • Hear the Wind Sing (The Rat, #1)
  • Pinball, 1973 (The Rat, #2)
  • A Wild Sheep Chase (The Rat, #3)
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