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1. "...N?m ch?t ?ng nghe trong tay, tôi ng?ng lên và nhìn quanh xem có nh?ng gì bên ngoài tr?m di?n tho?i. Tôi dang ? dâu? Tôi không bi?t. Không bi?t m?t tí gì h?t. Ðây là noi nào? T?t c? nh?ng gì dang lu?t nhanh qua m?t tôi ch? là vô s? nh?ng hình nhân dang bu?c di v? noi vô d?nh nào ch?ng bi?t. Tôi g?i Midori, g?i mãi, t? gi?a ? lòng l?ng ng?t c?a ch?n vô d?nh ?y..."
Author: Haruki Murakami
2. "Un giorno pensai: io riuscirò a trovare qualcuno che mi ami al cento per cento per ogni giorno della vita. L'ho deciso quando ero al quinto o al sesto anno di elementari.- Incredibile, - dissi ammirato. - E ci sei riuscita?- Beh, non è facile, - disse Midori. Poi restò qualche istante a riflettere, guardando il fumo. - Forse per via del fatto che ho aspettato tanto a lungo, io cerco qualcosa di assolutamente perfetto. Perciò non è facile."
Author: Haruki Murakami
3. "Ok I'm not so smart I'm working class. But it's the working class that keeps the world running and it's the working class that get exploited. What kind revolution is it that just throws out big words that working class people can't understand.Revolution or not the working class will just keep on scraping a living in the same old shitholesI'm not going to believe in any damned revolution. Love is all I'm going to believe in. -- Midori"
Author: Haruki Murakami
4. "Eres muy bonita, Midori -corregí. ¿Cuánto? Tan bonita como para hacer que las montañas se derrumben y el mar se seque"
Author: Haruki Murakami
5. "I think most readers would say the same. Most would choose Midori. And the protagonist, of course, chooses her in the end. But some part of him is always in the other world and he cannot abandon it. It's a part of him, an essential part. All human beings have a sickness in their minds. That space is a part of them."
Author: Haruki Murakami
6. "You mean, if you knew me better, you'd force stuff on me like everybody else?Toru: It's possible," I said. "That's how people live in the real world: forcing stuff on each other.Midori: You wouldn't do that. I can tell. I'm an expert when it comes to forcing stuff and having stuff forced on you. You're just not that type. That's why I can relax with you. Do you have any idea how many people there are in the world who like to force stuff on people and have stuff forced on them? Tons! And then they make a big fuss, like, 'I forced her,' 'You forced me'! That's what they like. But I don't like it. I just do it 'cause I have to."
Author: Haruki Murakami
7. "Where are you now?'Where was I now?Gripping the receiver, I raised my hand and turned to see what lay beyond the telephone booth. Where was I now? I had no idea. No idea at all. Where was this place? All that flashed into my eyes were the countless shapes of people walking by to nowhere. Again and again, I called out for Midori from the dead center of this place that was no place."
Author: Haruki Murakami
8. "You're really cute, Midori," I corrected myself."What do you mean really cute?""So cute the mountains crumble and the oceans dry up."
Author: Haruki Murakami
9. "I wrote a huge number of letters that spring: one a week to Naoko, several to Reiko, and several more to Midori. I wrote letters in the classroom, I wrote letters at my desk at home with Seagull in my lap, I wrote letters at empty tables during my breaks at the Italian restaurant. It was as if I were writing letters to hold together the pieces of my crumbling life."
Author: Haruki Murakami
10. "Let me just tell you this, Watanabe," said Midori, pressing her cheek against my neck. "I'm a real, live girl, with real, live blood gushing through my veins. You're holding me in your arms and I'm telling you that I love you. I'm ready to do anything you tell me to do. I may be a little bit mad, but I'm a good girl, and honest, and I work hard, I'm kind of cute, I have nice boobs, I'm a good cook, and my father left me a trust fund. I mean, I'm a real bargain, don't you think? If you don't take me, I'll end up going somewhere else."
Author: Haruki Murakami
11. "Hey, what is it with you? Why are you so spaced out? You still haven't answered me."I probably still haven't completely adapted to the world," I said after giving it some thought. "I don't know, I feel like this isn't the real world. The people, the scene: they just don't seem real to me."Midori rested an elbow on the bar and looked at me. "There was something like that in a Jim Morrison song, I'm pretty sure."People are strange when you're a stranger."
Author: Haruki Murakami
12. "But I'm not hte only one to blame,' Midori continued. 'It's ture I've got a cold streak. I recognize that. But if they - my father and mother - had loved me a little more. I would have been able to feel more - to feel real sadness for example.''Do you think you weren't loved enough?'She tilted her head and looked at me. Then she gave a sharp, little nod. 'Somewhere between 'not enough' and 'not at all.''' '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 any more. Just once. But they never gave that to me. Never, not once."
Author: Haruki Murakami
13. "Se si trattasse solo di essere solo di essere avvolta da questo fumo, perdere coscienza e morire, in un attimo, non avrei nessunissima paura. Una bella differenza con altre morti che ho visto, come quella di mia madre o di altri parenti. Nella nostra famiglia si ammalano tutti di gravi malattie e muoiono soffrendo da cani. Forse è una cosa ereditaria. Ci mettono un tempo incredibile a morire. Al punto che verso la fine non si rendono conto nemmeno loro se sono vivi o morti. Quel po' di coscienza che gli resta serve solo a provare dolore e sofferenza.Midori si mise una sigaretta tra le labbra e la accese.- Quello di cui ho paura, è una morte di questo tipo. L'ombra della morte si insinua piano piano nel territorio della vita e comincia a corroderlo, e quando me ne accorgo sono già nel buio, non riesco a vedere più niente, e la gente intorno a me pensa che io sia più vicina alla morte che alla vita. È una situazione come questa, che temo. Non la potrei mai sopportare."
Author: Haruki Murakami
14. "Tôi dã luôn yêu Naoko, và tôi v?n yêu cô ?y. Nhung gi?a Midori và tôi l?i t?n t?i m?t cái gì dó nhu d?nh m?nh. Nó có s?c m?nh không th? cu?ng l?i du?c và nh?t d?nh s? cu?n tôi d?n tuong lai. Cái mà tôi c?m th?y v?i Naoko là m?t tình yêu trong v?t, d?u dàng, và yên tinh vô cùng. Nhung cái mà tôi có v?i Midori l?i là m?t tình c?m khác h?n. Nó di theo ý riêng c?a nó, s?ng d?ng và hít th? và ph?p ph?ng và lay d?ng tôi cho d?n t?n c?i r? c?a b?n th?. Tôi không bi?t ph?i làm gì. Tôi hoang mang r?i. Tôi s? không phân bua gì cho mình dâu, nhung tôi tin ch?c là mình dã s?ng chân th?c nhu mình v?n bi?t. Tôi chua bao gi? nói d?i ai, và bao nam nay v?n luôn c?n tr?ng không làm cho ai ph?i dau kh?. V?y mà tôi th?y mình b? ném vào cái mê cung này dây. Sao l?i c? th? th? du?c? Tôi không lí gi?i n?i. Tôi không bi?t mình ph?i làm gì. Reiko, ch? có th? nói cho tôi bi?t du?c không? Ch? là ngu?i duy nh?t tôi có th? trông c?y d? du?c khuyên b?o..." (Thu gu?i Reiko Ishida. Toru Wantanabe)"
Author: Haruki Murakami

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