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1. Navigating Loss with Grace:

1. Navigating Loss with Grace:

Life's most profound moments often arise when we allow ourselves to be vulnerable. Embracing vulnerability opens the door to genuine connections, creativity, and personal growth.

Norwegian Wood" teaches us to navigate the complexities of loss and grief, emphasizing the importance of finding one's own pace in healing.

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2. Navigate the Complexity of Relationships:

2. Navigate the Complexity of Relationships:

Life is woven with intricate relationships, each carrying its own complexity. The author urges us to navigate these intricacies with empathy, understanding, and a willingness to learn.

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3. Embody Resilience in Adversity:

3. Embody Resilience in Adversity:

Through the characters' experiences, the novel encourages us to accept the impermanence of life, teaching us that change is inevitable, and we must learn to adapt.

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-MIDORI, P.

I was always hungry for love. Just once, I wanted to know what it was like to get my fill of it—to be fed so much love I couldn't take it any more. Just once.

-MIDORI, P.

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-TORU

Death exists, not as the opposite but as a part of life.

-TORU

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4. The Power of Memories:

4. The Power of Memories:

Murakami's narrative underscores the profound impact memories can have on our present and future, urging us to cherish and learn from our past experiences.

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5. The Weight of Silence:

5. The Weight of Silence:

The unspoken emotions within the story highlight the significance of silence in communication, emphasizing that sometimes words are inadequate to convey the depth of our feelings.

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6. Individual Journeys:

6. Individual Journeys:

Each character's journey serves as a reminder of the uniqueness of personal growth, inspiring us to embark on our own paths without conforming to societal expectations

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7. Coping with Mental Health:

7. Coping with Mental Health:

"Norwegian Wood" subtly addresses mental health struggles, urging us to recognize and empathize with the challenges faced by others, fostering a more compassionate society.

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🧵Book Review :

🧵Book Review :

Norwegian wood was my first Murakami and to be completely honest... I hated it. I hated how he wrote women. I hated the story. I hated the protagonist. Then I gave the author another chance and read Kafka on the shore. I really liked this book. But still I hated how he wrote the women. They are just all the same. All bubbly and quirky and over sexualised. But I guess this just is his style of writing? I will give him another try because I really liked the story behind kafka but I can't see why people like Norwegian Wood. Maybe it's just me lmao because everyone else seems to love it

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-TORU

I guess I don't really understand you yet…I'm not all that smart. It take me a while to understand things. But if I do have the time, I will come to understand you—better than anyone else in the world ever can.

-TORU

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- REIKO

As long as we are here, we can get by without hurting others or being hurt by them because we know that we are "deformed." That's what distinguishes us from the outside world: most people go about their lives there unconscious of their deformities, while in this little world of ours the deformities themselves are a precondition.

- REIKO

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You will face many defeats in life, but never let yourself be defeated.

CURATOR'S NOTE

7 life lessons from "Norwegian Wood" that should never be discussed.

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