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✻ Underground Epub ✾ Author Haruki Murakami – Eiyo.us

Underground Alternate Cover Edition Here.In Spite Of The Perpetrators Intentions, The Tokyo Gas Attack Left Only Twelve People Dead, But Thousands Were Injured And Many Suffered Serious After Effects Murakami Interviews The Victims To Try And Establish Precisely What Happened On The Subway That Day He Also Interviews Members And Ex Members Of The Doomsdays Cult Responsible, In The Hope That They Might Be Able To Explain The Reason For The Attack And How It Was That Their Guru Instilled Such Devotion In His Followers.

✻ Underground  Epub ✾ Author Haruki Murakami – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • 309 pages
  • Underground
  • Haruki Murakami
  • English
  • 21 June 2019
  • 0099461099

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  1. says:

    Absolutely heartbreaking I had no idea about this event in history until reading this Insane.


  2. says:

    Amazing, thoughtful compilation of interviews conducted by Murakami While the accounts of the gas attack itself are both shocking and fascinating, it also gives invaluable insight into what it means to be Japanese and the life that is expected of you In fact, when reading the rigid and all prevailing work ethic of the commuters on their way to work on the doomed trains, the sense of entrapping routine makes you wonder how crazy the interviewed Aum members are for wanting to escape it A cul Amazing, thoughtful compilation of interviews conducted by Murakami While the accounts of the gas attack itself are both shocking and fascinating, it also gives invaluable insight into what it means to be Japanese and the life that is expected of you In fact, when reading the rigid and all prevailing work ethic of the commuters on their way to work on the doomed trains, the sense of entrapping routine makes you wonder how crazy the interviewed Aum members are for wanting to escape it A cult may be written off as a collective conscien...


  3. says:

    On March 20, 1995, during the morning rush hour, five men dropped 11 bags of sarin on five subway trains in Tokyo They punctured the plastic bags with the sharpened ends of umbrellas and exited the cars as the deadly liquid leaked onto the floor and evaporated into the air of the crowded trains In the end, 13 people were killed and 6,300were injured, many ...


  4. says:

    without a proper ego nobody can create a personal narrative, anythan you can drive a car without an engine, or cast a shadow without a real physical object But once you ve consigned your ego to someone else, where on earth do you go from thereHaruki Murakami, UndergroundLooking back 20 years to the Tokyo Gas Attack, it seems inevitable that Murakami would write about it Writing about dark tunnels that bridge both the victims and the devout, that link a damp tongue of evil with thewithout a proper ego nobody can create a personal narrative, anythan you can drive a car without an engine, or cast a shadow without a real physical object But once you ve cons...


  5. says:

    There was a terrorist attack in the Tokyo subway system carried out in 1995 by a religious cult called Aum They released poison gas, called sarin, during rush hour on several different train lines, killing 13 people, and injuring hundreds of others This book contains interviews of people caught in the attack, as well as interviews of members of the Aum cult, although none of them were perpetrators of the attack.As a reader from another country, I feel like I m missing a lot I read the book fe There was a terrorist attack in the Tokyo subway system carried out in 1995 by a religious cult called Aum They released poison gas, called sarin, during rush hour on several different train lines, killing 13 people, and inju...


  6. says:

    I had to learnabout the Japanese as a form of consciousness. Haruki MurakamiI ve always known Murakami for his mystical, mythical stories Following his characters is usually like taking dancing classes the first steps seem quite sensible but soon you find yourself in an inextricable knot that you don t know how to get out of His stories are from another realm, to such an extent that Murakami himself seemed way out there I always pictured him as a black clad dreamweaver, spinning his I had to learnabout the Japanese as a form of consciousness. Haruki MurakamiI ve always known Murakami for his mystical, mythical stories Following his characters is usually like taking dancing classes the first steps seem quite sensible but soon you find yourself in an inextricable knot th...


  7. says:

    This is actually two books Part I 1 223 , titled Underground Andaguraundo was published in 1997 Part II The Place that was Promised was written and published separately the following year.Part I consists of interviews with the victims see updates this section is too long and is tedious Part II consists of interviews with members and former members of Aum Shinrikyo.And this is where things get really weird.http en.wikipedia.org wiki Aum_ShinThe members of this cult who r This is actually two books Part I 1 223 , titled Underground Andaguraundo was published in 1997 Part II The Place that was Promised was written and published separately the following year.Part I consists of interviews with the victims see updates this section is too long and is tedious Part II consists of interviews with members and former members of Aum Shinrikyo.And this is where things get really weird.http en.wikipedia.org wiki Aum_ShinThe members of this cult who resemble a cross between the Moonies and Lyndon LaRouche are uniformly described as ordinary read mediocre Japanese who were nonetheless intere...


  8. says:

    Words can be practically useless at times, but as a writer they re all I have. A group of people killed another group of people I could be talking about a number of things A description of the present An incident in history A prediction of the future The final result of brainwashing The beginning of a new era A cause A conclusion The means The end A resolution An excuse The threat executed by an oppressor The exigency fulfilled by a nation Culture clash Revolution Murder Self Words can be practically useless at times, but as a writer they re all I have. A group of people killed another group of people I could be talking about a number of things A description of the present An incident in history A prediction of the future The final result of brainwashing The beginning of a new era A cause A conclusion The means The end A resolution An excuse The threat executed by an oppressor The exigency fulfilled by a nation Culture clash Revolution Murder Self defense Genocide The right to bear arms The death penalt...


  9. says:

    The bestselling novelist Haruki Murakami gives a Studs Terkelish treatment to the Tokyo sarin gas attacks of 1995 which killed 12 and injured hundreds There s a great deal about Terkel s methods to like when Terkel uses them , but they fall flat here I don t think the oral history treatment works well in this instance, in which every victim is in the same location the subway system and is subjected to the same assault the approximately 30 victim accounts are extremely repetitive, which bec The bestselling novelist Haruki Murakami gives a Studs Terkelish treatment to the Tokyo sarin gas attacks of 1995 which killed 12 and injured hundreds There s a great deal about Terkel s methods to like when Terkel uses them , but they fall flat here I don t think the oral history treatment works well in this instance, in which every victim is in the same location the subway system and is subjected to the same assault the approximately 30 victim accounts are extremely repetitive, which becomes numbing, and while horribly tragic, also boring On the upside, I am now familiar with all the symptoms of sarin gas and will know what s happening if I come under attack The same is largely true of the cult members accounts None of the cult members he interviewed were involved in the attacks, and did not know about them in advance Not surprisingly,...


  10. says:

    library This is a book about the sarin attack in the Tokyo subway system on March 20, 1995 As you would expect from Murakami, it is thoughtful and careful It consists primarily of interviews the first part, Underground, is interviews with survivors the second part, The Place that was Promised, is interviews with members and former members of Aum Shinrikyo, the cult responsible for the attacks The translation, insofar as I can judge, seems good I hope it s accurate The one thing I would h library This is a book about the sarin attack in the Tokyo subway system on March 20, 1995 As you would expect from Murakami, it is...

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