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First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami review – meditations on ageing and memory

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In these underpowered short stories, the female characters are mere pretexts for male epiphany Eight stories are told in the first person, with each narrator a man in late middle age who shares interests, such as jazz and baseball, with his author. Only one narrator is given a name: “Haruki Murakami”. Murakami,
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