Ebook
Dutch
Other formats
Accessible formats:

De moord op Commendatore. Deel 2, Metaforen verschuiven

Haruki Murakami (author), Elbrich Fennema (translator), Luk Van Haute (translator)
+1
De moord op Commendatore. Deel 2, Metaforen verschuiven
×
De moord op Commendatore. Deel 2, Metaforen verschuiven De moord op Commendatore. Deel 2, Metaforen verschuiven

De moord op Commendatore. Deel 2, Metaforen verschuiven

Genre:
In ‘De moord op Commendatore’ van Haruki Murakami had een portretschilder gehoopt tot rust te komen en zijn inspiratie terug te vinden in het huis van de beroemde schilder Tomohiko Amada. Maar in plaats daarvan is hij een wereld vol raadselen in gezogen. Het geluid van een bel houdt hem ’s nachts wakker, er gaat een mysterieuze kracht uit van een holte in het bos, voorwerpen in het huis worden doo
Subject
Japan, Relaties
Title
De moord op Commendatore. Deel 2, Metaforen verschuiven
Author
Haruki Murakami
Translator
Elbrich Fennema Luk Van Haute
Language
Dutch
Original language
Japanese
Original title
Kishidancho goroshi [2]
Publisher
Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Atlas Contact, 2018
356 p. (ePub2)
ISBN
9789025451608

Other formats:

Accessible formats:

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 11 times in Flemish libraries

About Haruki Murakami

CC BY-SA 4.0 - Image by Galoren.com

Haruki Murakami (村上 春樹, Murakami Haruki, born January 12, 1949) is a Japanese writer. His books and stories have been bestsellers in Japan as well as internationally, with his work being translated into 50 languages and selling millions of copies outside his native country. His work has received numerous awards, including the World Fantasy Award, the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award, the Franz Kafka Prize, and the Jerusalem Prize.

Murakami's most notable works include A Wild Sheep Chase (1982), Norwegian Wood (1987), The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (1994–95), Kafka on the Shore (2002), and 1Q84 (2009–10). He has also translated works by writers like Raymond Carver and J. D. Salinger into Japanese. His fiction, sometimes criticised by Japan's literary establishment as un-Japane…Read more on Wikipedia

Suggestions