Содержание: LP 1 - Side 1 01. You Hit The Nail On The Head 02. If You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce The Cause 03. Everybody Is Going To Make It This Time LP 1 - Side 2 01. A Joyful Process 02. We Hurt Too 03. Loose Booty 04. Philmore LP 2 - Side 1 01. Pussy 02. America Eats Its Young 03. Biological Speculation 04. That Was My Girl LP 2 - Side 2 01. Balance 02. Miss Lucifer's Love 03. Wake Up
The year is 1Q84. This is the real world, there is no doubt about that. But in this world, there are two moons in the sky. In this world, the fates of two people, Tengo and Aomame, are closely intertwined. They are each, in their own way, doing something very dangerous. And in this world, there seems no way to save them both. Something extraordinary is starting.
A Principality of its Own – 40 Years of Visual Arts at the Americas Society
The Japanization of Modernity – Murakami Haruki between Japan and the United States
Ethiopia being a third world country she’s taking baby steps towards modernized finance. In doing so she’s incorporating different kinds of computerized systems. The most recent one is The Ethiopian Transfer System. This system enables customers to engage any branch of the bank where they possess an account and deposit or withdraw in their convenience. It also enables customers from different banks to transact with out wasting anytime going to each others banks. Especially with the private sector being the driving force in the country’s Business sector the handling of cheques and other money connected transactions in a very organized, fast and safe manner is and issue the government has been working on. There for in this senior Essay I tried to look for the newly established transfer system, its benefits, problems faced while implementing and different aspects of the system.
A dazzling new collection of short stories--the first major new work of fiction from the beloved, internationally acclaimed, Haruki Murakami since his #1 best-selling Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage.Across seven tales, Haruki Murakami brings his powers of observation to bear on the lives of men who, in their own ways, find themselves alone. Here are vanishing cats and smoky bars, lonely hearts and mysterious women, baseball and the Beatles, woven together to tell stories that speak to us all.Marked by the same wry humor that has defined his entire body of work, in this collection Murakami has crafted another contemporary classic.
In an "other world" composed of language-it could be a fathomless Martian well, a labyrinthine hotel or forest-a narrative unfolds, and with it the experiences, memories, and dreams that constitute reality for Haruki Murakami's characters and readers alike. Memories and dreams in turn conjure their magical counterparts-people without names or pasts, fantastic animals, half-animals, and talking machines that traverse the dark psychic underworld of this writer's extraordinary fiction. Fervently acclaimed worldwide, Murakami's wildly imaginative work in many ways remains a mystery, its worlds within worlds uncharted territory. Finally in this book readers will find a map to the strange realm that grounds virtually every aspect of Murakami's writing. A journey through the enigmatic and baffling innermost mind, a metaphysical dimension where Murakami's most bizarre scenes and characters lurk, The Forbidden Worlds of Haruki Murakami exposes the psychological and mythological underpinnings of this other world. Matthew Carl Strecher shows how these considerations color Murakami's depictions of the individual and collective soul, which constantly shift between the tangible and intangible but in this literary landscape are undeniably real. Through these otherworldly depths The Forbidden Worlds of Haruki Murakami also charts the writer's vivid "inner world," whether unconscious or underworld (what some Japanese critics call achiragawa, or "over there"), and its connectivity to language. Strecher covers all of Murakami's work-including his efforts as a literary journalist-and concludes with the first full-length close reading of the writer's newest novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage.
These first major works of fiction by HARUKI MURAKAMI center around two young men--an unnamed narrator and his friend and former roommate, the Rat. Powerful, at times surreal, stories of loneliness, obsession, and eroticism, these novellas bear all the hallmarks of Murakami's later books, giving us a fascinating insight into a great writer's beginnings, and remarkable works of fiction in their own right. Here too is an exclusive essay by Murakami in which he explores and explains his decision to become a writer. Prequels to the much-beloved classics A Wild Sheep Chase and Dance Dance Dance, these early works are essential reading for Murakami completists and contemporary fiction lovers, alike.
Three cheers for bread, HIP-HIP-HOORAY! Early in the morning the baker bakes a lovely loaf of bread. SO lovely, in fact, that by the time the sun goes down it's been gobbled up! Every. Last. Slice. Who eats it all? Well, the baker munches on its crunchy crust. The baker's wife eats delicious marmalade toast and the baker's son gets a tasty cheese and ham sandwich for his lunch. Let's not forget the dog, even he gets his share! HOORAY FOR BREAD! Slice by slice and crumb by crumb, everyone eats their fill of bread, with a teeny tiny mouse nibbling up the very last scrap. "Hooray" – squeak-squeak – "for bread!" But wait – there are some missing slices! Where could have they gone? Is there a tasty double spread just for YOU?
An intimate conversation about music and creativity, between the internationally bestselling writer and a world-class conductor. "My only purpose in this book was for me, as a music lover, to have a discussion of music with the musician Seiji Ozawa that was as open and honest as possible. I simply wanted to bring out the ways that each of us (though on vastly different levels) is dedicated to music." Haruki Murakami's passion for music runs deep. Before turning his hand to writing, he ran a jazz club in Tokyo, and the aesthetic and emotional power of music permeates every one of his much-loved books. Now, in Absolutely on Music, Murakami fulfills a personal dream, sitting down with his friend, acclaimed conductor Seiji Ozawa, to talk about their shared interest. Transcribed from lengthy conversations about the nature of music and writing, here they discuss everything from Brahms to Beethoven, from Leonard Bernstein to Glenn Gould, from record collecting to pop-up orchestras, and much more. Ultimately this book gives readers an unprecedented glimpse into the minds of two maestros.
Over the last decade major artists have teamed up with top fashion houses to produce contemporary masterpieces that challenge the traditional boundary between these two dynamic cultures. From fashion designers' collaborations with artists on their collections to catwalk shows, fashion photography, and dazzling new retail spaces, this book explores the "art as fashion" and "fashion as art". The authors offer a dual perspective on how and why today's artists and designers are increasingly open to inspiration beyond their own creative arenas. Five thematic chapters feature profiles of the key designers, stories about the most avant-garde projects, and interviews with leading figures in the art-fashion crossover. Nearly 250 illustrations showcase collaborative art/fashion work from Acne Studios, Balenciaga, Chanel, Hussein Chayalan, Tracey Emin, Jean Paul Gaultier, Zaha Hadid, Hermes, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Jeff Koons, Stella McCartney, Issey Miyake, Takashi Murakami, Prada, Richard Prince, Anselm Reyle, Cindy Sherman, Juergen Teller, Viktor & Rolf, and many more. 238 color illustrations.
Wind/Pinball, a unique two-in-one volume, includes, on one side, Murakami’s first novel Hear the Wind Sing. When you flip the book over, you can read his second novel, Pinball, 1973. Each book has its own stunning cover. In the spring of 1978, a young Haruki Murakami sat down at his kitchen table and began to write. The result: two remarkable short novels - "Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball", 1973 - that launched the career of one of the most acclaimed authors of our time. These powerful, at times surreal, works about two young men coming of age - the unnamed narrator and his friend the Rat - are stories of loneliness, obsession, and eroticism. They bear all the hallmarks of Murakami’s later books, and form the first two-thirds, with A Wild Sheep Chase, of the trilogy of the Rat. Widely available in English for the first time ever, newly translated, and featuring a new introduction by Murakami himself, Wind/Pinball gives us a fascinating insight into a great writer’s beginnings.
Tsukuru Tazaki had four best friends at school. By chance all of their names contained a colour. The two boys were called Akamatsu, meaning ‘red pine’, and Oumi, ‘blue sea’, while the girls’ names were Shirane, ‘white root’, and Kurono, ‘black field’. Tazaki was the only last name with no colour in it.One day Tsukuru Tazaki’s friends announced that they didn't want to see him, or talk to him, ever again.Since that day Tsukuru has been floating through life, unable to form intimate connections with anyone. But then he meets Sara, who tells him that the time has come to find out what happened all those years ago.
In The Code: Baseballs Unwritten Rules and Its Ignore-at-Your-Own-Risk Code of Conduct, author Ross Bernstein has pulled back the curtain on baseballs tacit rules regarding retaliation, sportsmanship, and intimidation. The result of dozens of interviews with some of the biggest names in the game, this work is a systematic description of every major "unwritten rule" in the game today--from brushback pitches, bunting during a no-hitter, and running up the score, to home-run celebrations, stealing signs, and the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
On May 2, 1670, Charles II signed the charter of the Hudson''s Bay Company, granting the Company 1.5 million acres of land in North America with the right to act as “the true and absolute Lordes and Proprietors of the same Territory.” By the time it reached the Pacific Coast, the HBC had its own flag, its own forts, its own ships and arms, and its own calendar based on the birth of the Company. The HBC had taken for itself all the trappings of a sovereign state, and along with its flag and arms, it had its own agenda that rivaled those of the tribes and governments that it encountered along the way. Exploring the case of the HBC forces us to question not only the accepted historical view of one of the world''s great trading companies, but also to question how we view corporate power. Using the history of the HBC and the history of corporations more generally, we begin to see that corporations are more than pieces of property or mere artificial persons. The implications of such observations have far-reaching consequences on the proper role of governments and corporations in our modern world.
More than any other piece of furniture, the chair has been subjected to the wildest dreams of the designers. The particular curve of a backrest, or the twist of a leg, the angle of a seat or the color of the entire artifact all reflect the stylistic consciousness of each era.The book devotes one page to each chair, displayed on its own as pure form, with biographical and historical information about the chairs and their designers. A special treat for anyone who loves design and a must for collectors!
From the magazine synonymous with style comes the ultimate cookbook for men with discerning taste.From the magazine synonymous with style comes the ultimate cookbook for men with discerning taste.'If food is the new rock 'n' roll, this recipe book is Sgt. Pepper's.' - Heston Blumenthal.Featuring recipes from the UK's best restaurants, plus tips and techniques from the country's top chefs, GQ Eats is an indispensable guide for enthusiastic home cooks, sophisticated diners and good-food fanatics. This is the best of British food for men who want to cook and for women who want to know what to feed them.With contributions from leading chefs and food writers including: Jason Atherton; Raymond Blanc; Heston Blumenthal; Fergus Henderson; Giorgio Locatelli; Yotam Ottolenghi; Oliver Peyton; Gordon Ramsay; Mark Hix; Michel Roux Jnr; Marcus Wareing and Bryn Williams.The recipes provide inspiration for any occasion, from brilliant breakfasts to food for a Boys' Night In (Daniel Boulud's Coq au Vin), Michelin-star Meals such as Giorgio Locatelli's Tomato and Chilli Pasta with Prawns and Gordon Ramsay's Honey and Cider Roast Leg of Lamb, and rock 'n' roll Roasts - from Pitt Cue's Pulled Pork to Mark Hix's Roast Chicken. Remember to save room for alfresco feasts, delectable desserts and killer cocktails.Accompanied by images from brilliant photographers Romas Ford and Tom Schierlitz, GQ has created a cutting-edge compendium of recipes to cook again and again.