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Miu leaves the island for Athens in order to get help mrakami the Japanese embassy and to call Sumire’s parents. Carrot doesn’t say anything the whole time. The book ends with the theme of The Telephone, which appears in numerous books by Murakami, usually when telephoning from a far-away place, whose location is unclear. After dropping Carrot at his mother’s house, K tells her that he cannot see her anymore.
K suddenly begins to receive letters from Europe written by Sumire. We take abuse seriously in our discussion boards. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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Miu soon asks Sumire to come work for her. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Miu says that she feels that she was split in two on that night, and has lost that other part of herself forever.
La un moment dat, Sumire dispare fara urma. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. When Sumire is also, through her interaction with Miu, forcibly shaped into a person other than she is, the transformation is neither permanent nor successful. In theory, everything that people dislike about it, should be stuff that I too dislike The security guard is unhappy with both Carrot’s lack of regret for his crime and K’s outward appearance and manner, which he perceives to be one of an easy lifestyle.
Retrieved from ” https: As with other Murakami works, Sputnik Sweetheart lacks a clear, concise ending.
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. K is an elementary school teacher, 25 years old, and in love with Sumire, though she does not quite share his feelings. Trying hard to connect jea dots, K concludes that both the stories suggest the existence of multiple worlds, and Sumire has left this world and entered a parallel one, perhaps to be with the other version of Miu.
She has stopped dying her mugakami, and it is now pure white. At a wedding, Sumire meets an ethnic Korean woman, Miu, who is 17 years her senior.
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It was fun to get to know each character, and I was able to completely submerge myself yet again into Murakami’s universe. No, there is no animal abuse in this novel. I have a very odd relationship with Murakami’s books. The only answer he gets, however, is from her answering machine.
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I’m very sensitive with these kind of topics. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. K sends the mother home and takes Carrot to a coffee shop. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Can someone explain the ending to me? Daniel Myers This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ Yes and no.
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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. I enjoyed reading it. Many elements of the plot remain deliberately unresolved, contributing to the idea that true knowledge is elusive, and actual events of the story are obscured in favour of the characters’ perceptions.